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If they're local, find out what networking groups they're involved with and join. Once in, do whatever it takes to meet the decision makers and introduce yourself. If they're not local, try connecting
Run. Seriously. Unless you have absolutely nothing better to do with your time, I'd leave. If the company doesn't do well enough, after paying the real owners "salaries", you'll make nothing and
Hi Priya, I don't know that I'd be the best person to answer valuation questions but I don't know that many people would answer you (at least not for free) so instead I'm going to share my opinion based
With limited knowledge, I'd say no. Normally, I wouldn't put up a substantial investment in a business with partners I don't know. Further, it's unclear what the "partners" are investing into the business
If your business has the potential to generate significant revenue and it's a good business model backed by experienced and knowledgeable people, there'll never be a "bad" time. As far as how to get