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How to Find Investment Capital – The Vendor Connection

Sometimes the best source of funding for a new business is the man that provides the products to you. He wants to lock in long term buyers and secure market share providing him with security and you are interested in raising money. Learn how to identify, approach, and make the ‘ask’ for money from vendors and other business colleagues.

Inventory – How to Finance

04/16/2013

In financing a small business, there are a multitude of tools available.  One way to finance inventory is by using the 30 day pay program with your vendors.  Another tool is seasonal payment program and a third tool is exercising a line of credit [...]

The Different Types of Bank Loans

02/19/2013

There are many different types of bank loans, each having their own respective purpose.  All bank loans are categorized into two distinct groupings; secured and unsecured loans.  Within in each category of loans there are several different [...]

How to Find Investment Capital – The Vendor Connection

12/17/2012

All vendors look for avenues to expand their market share or maintain their market share.  Many times it is to their benefit to provide start-up capital to potential point of sale opportunities.  If they can assure themselves of a long term buyer [...]

How to Find Investment Capital – The Family Connection

12/11/2012

There is one responsibility of all business entrepreneurs that is loathed more than any other.  It’s asking for money.  First off, you have to find financial resources and then you have to ask for money.  This article is dedicated to finding [...]

Cash Counts

12/07/2012

“How are you going to pay for this?” I asked? My client responded, “I still have checks” which meant he didn’t have any cash. He had the ability to write a check but no cash to back it up. I can’t stress enough how important cash is in [...]