6 Key Questions when Evaluating an Investment Opportunity

This post was written by Lucas Parker. Making a good investment opportunity can bring you a small fortune, while a bad one is something that could ruin you financially in no time unless you’re very careful. The problem with this notion lies in the fact that differentiating good investment opportunity from a bad one isn’t…

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Get to know Joshua Marquez

Katie Taylor, Vice President – Marketing & Executive Projects, interviews Joshua Marquez, Veteran Launch’s Program Manager.  Click here to read Joshua’s bio. How did you come across Main Street Launch? I was looking to transition out of the startup world to get more involved in the military and veteran community. It was not long after…

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Meet Our Clients: Aburaya

Aburaya is a restaurant inspired by punk rock and a mission to provide affordable Japanese cuisine, such as the fried chicken and more to the local community. Originally, Aburaya started as a pop-up, but settled in a more permanent location on Oakland’s 17th St after popular demand for the chicken and other dishes. They are…

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Resource for your business: Pacific Community Ventures

At Main Street Launch, our innovative partnerships enable us to provide small business owners with the capital, education, and relationships that allow them to thrive.  One partner that supports this goal is Pacific Community Ventures.   Pacific Community Ventures (PCV) is a nonprofit that engages small businesses, investors and policymakers to build an economy that…

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Meet our client: Bootstrap Kombucha

Bootstrap Kombucha, located in San Diego, is a company that brews real kombucha. They business started to operate in May 2016. James, U.S. Coast Guard veteran, knew he wanted his next entrepreneurial endeavor to be centered around kombucha, and he also wanted to open a business in which his family can work together. Bootstrap Kombucha…

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