Textfyre is now going through the most difficult period since its birth. We’re pulling everything together to move from a start-up company with virtual, part-time sub-contractors to a living, breathing corporate entity with several full-time employees, an office, a marketing team, investors, and more.
The critical aspect will be our final business plan, the presentation, and whether or not our potential investors sign on the dotted line. There’s no guarantee that this will happen and yet it’s critical to the future of our company. I am, however, confident that we will get the necessary funding and launch in fall.
Last month I met with two marketing firms and am following that up with meetings with several others. These steps will insure a wide and very public launch.