In the startup community, funding is all the craze. But what if you could build a business from scratch? What if you didn’t sell equity in the early stages? Could the business grow? Have businesses been built like this? It can, and they have. There exists a rare breed of entrepreneur, one who has what it takes to create a self-funded company—bootstrapped—and build it into a blue chip company.
Join us for today’s episode of More than a Few Words as we talk to Nick Carter about his experiences growing his firm AddressTwo as an “unfunded” venture.
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About our Guest:

Nicke Carter
Nick Carter is the creator and president of AddressTwo, a software company that provides small businesses with tools and processes to manage their sales and marketing. Staring his first business at the age of 16, Nick is truly an entrepreneur at heart. As a true farm boy, Nick has a rich heritage in entrepreneurship and a firm understanding of hard work. Nick is the author of “Unfunded,” which teaches entrepreneurs to start a business without seeking venture capital. He has recruited, trained, and managed large sales teams, ran a sought-after creative agency, and is now leading his once-small startup on a nation-wide expansion.