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Investing in an idea

JBoldenJBolden subscriber Posts: 2
edited February 2009 in Startup Funding
I have a great idea that I have been working on for the past few months. I have everything on paper. The problem is I know that investors usually invest in businesses that have been physically started up. I do not have the capital to even start up what I am trying to do as I am a college student and that is my main focus. I don`t have time to work and make the start up money. My question is do investors invest in just an idea? Would I be able to acquire the funds to start it from scratch? Are there any programs that would link me with programmers and all the assets I need for start up?  The idea is well thought out and has been worked on and improved for months. Any assistance will greatly be appreciated. 


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