The Boston Entrepreneurs' Network (ENET) connects early stage entrepreneurs with information and resources necessary to transform an idea into a successful product or service business.
Founded in 1991, The Boston Entrepreneurs' Network (ENET) is where tech and life sciences founders and founders-to-be learn, network, and grow. ENET’s meetings have been instrumental in the formation of many startups and provide an important venue for meeting participants and members to network, talk about their ideas, showcase their startups, and conduct business.
In this video Craig Bloem – Founder and CEO of LogoMix shares his entrepreneur’s insight and answers the question, At what point is bootstrapping not enough? It depends on the business and its ability to quickly generate revenue. If you need to develop a big product or service before revenue, or you’ve bootstrapped to develop and need to move faster to get to the next level seeking an investment may be a necessity to move forward. Craig was one of the panelists at the ENET’s Innovative ways to Bootstrap your Startup Company meeting.