Yes you really can build a software business with none or little money.
Upfront Adam spent about $4,500 on things like:
- A logo design ($600)
- A small amount of graphic design to show investors and business partners how my idea worked ($500)-Incorporating a company ($2,000)
- Other incidental stuff (about $1,500)
Adam then raised money from investors and he was reimbursed for those expenses at that time. So Adam did advance the company money for a short time but had no money at all long before the business was launched.
Something amazing about the software industry is that there are literally millions of dollars mandated that must be invested into software of which Adam shows you on how to access those funds
See below what a typical week of investments looks like in the software space:
Image obtained from https://www.crunchbase.com
You can still invest your own money if you'd want to and the typical investment capital that would be required to get your idea investor-ready is minimal compared to what it would require financially if you have no investment.
But, the beauty of this all is that there is money in the software market, waiting for great ideas.
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