Family And Friends Investing In Your Business? Nine Tips To Keep Things Cordial

Making your investors happy can always be a tricky task, but the situation can grow even more complex when your investors are your friends and family. Those new to entrepreneurship may not have the experience or opportunities necessary to seek out investments from traditional investors, which means they may turn to their loved ones to help them fund their dreams. While this is certainly a viable solution, it’s not without its risks to your relationships.

To help you avoid any bad feelings should something go awry, nine members of Young Entrepreneur Council each share one piece of advice they’d offer an entrepreneur for how to keep things cordial when

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