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Web Service Links Investors, Start-Ups

Date: May 23, 2014

Service Is Free For Start-Ups

The New York Times runs a profile of Gust, a web service that links potential investors with start-ups. Unlike other investor sites, this one doesn’t actually finalize the deal between the investors and the businesses, nor do they make any attempt to judge whether a business is appropriate for an investor. Instead, it provides investors with a broad array of potential investment targets and lets them make up their own mind. In addition, the site is free for start-ups; all fees are paid on the investor side.

Further Reading:

NFIB gives helpful tips to keep in mind when dealing with potential investors.

The New York Times reported on the site.





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