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    @lizzief79 - I see you are in the UK, and I'm not sure what size of business you are considering, but many times regional and local governments have loans and other programs that can help you. Often government subsidized loans are offered through a bank (as a conduit), but the rates, guarantees and conditions are very favorable. Good luck!

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    The best way to get finance for your business is using an ethical online loan platform that levels the playing fields for all entrepreneurs. One of the best out there is Sourcefunding.org. It's a Clinton Initiative platforms that caters to providing business financing. SourceFunding.org streamline access to low-cost financing alternatives available through the thousands of financial institutions , community banks , credit unions, and economic development organization in the USA


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    I just wanted to introduce myself I represent small business lender who like to lend to small business. Process is simple and fast. Approve in 1 day- Funded this week. Value cash flow over credit. In case you have opportunities you could pursue, or if you're in a pinch. http://www.davidallencapital.com/101992350


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    http://www.davidallencapital.com/101992350 I just wanted to introduce myself I represent small business lender who like to lend to small business. Process is simple and fast. Approve in 1 day- Funded this week. Value cash flow over credit. In case you have opportunities you could pursue, or if you're in a pinch.


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    http://www.davidallencapital.com/101992350 I just wanted to introduce myself I represent small business lender who like to lend to small business. Process is simple and fast. Approve in 1 day- Funded this week. Value cash flow over credit. In case you have opportunities you could pursue, or if you're in a pinch.


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    Share office services and equipment.
    Co-locate with another company or move to a business incubator.
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    10 Ways to Find Finance For Your Business

    Finding financing in any economic climate can be challenging, whether you're looking for start-up funds, capital to expand or money to hold on through the tough times. But given our current state of affairs, securing funds is as tough as ever. To help you find the money you need, we've compiled a guide on 10 financing techniques and what you should know when pursuing them.

    1. Consider Factoring: Factoring is a finance method where a company sells its receivables at a discount to get cash up-front. It's often used by companies with poor credit or by businesses such as apparel manufacturers, which have to fill orders long before they get paid.

    2. Get a Bank Loan : Lending standards have gotten much stricter, but banks such as J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America have earmarked additional funds for small business lending.

    3. Use a Credit Card : Using a credit card to fund your business is some serious risky business. Fall behind on your payment and your credit score gets whacked. Pay just the minimum each month and you could create a hole you'll never get out of.

    4. Tap into Your 401: If you're unemployed and thinking about starting your own business, those funds you've accumulated in your 401(k) over the years can look pretty tempting. And thanks to provisions in the tax code, you actually can tap into them without penalty if you follow the right steps.

    5. Try Crowdfunding: A crowdfunding site like Kickstarter.com can be a fun and effective way to raise money for a relatively low cost, creative project. You'll set a goal for how money you'd like to raise over a period of time, say, $1,500 over 40 days. Your friends, family, and strangers then use the site to pledge money.

    6. Pledge Some of Your Future Earnings: Young, ambitious and willing to make a bet on your future earnings? Consider how Kjerstin Erickson, Saul Garlick and Jon Gosier are trying to raise money. Through an online marketplace called the Thrust Fund, the three have offered up a percentage of their future lifetime earnings in exchange for upfront, undesignated venture funding.

    7. Attract an Angel Investor: When pitching an angel investor, all the old rules still apply: be succinct, avoid jargon, have an exit strategy. But the economic turmoil of the last few years has made a complicated game even trickier.

    8. Secure an SBA Loan: With banks reluctant to take any chances with their own money in the wake of the credit crisis, loans guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration have become a hot commodity. Indeed, funds to support special breaks on fees and guarantees on SBA-backed loans have run out a number of times.

    9. Raise Money for Your Family and Friends: Hitting up family and friends is the most common way to finance a start-up. But when you turn loved ones into creditors, you're risking their financial future and jeopardizing important personal relationships. A classic mistake is approaching friends and family before a formal business plan is even in place.

    10. Get a Microloan: The lack of a credit history, collateral or the inability to secure a loan through a bank doesn't mean no one will lend to you. One option would be to apply for a microloan, a small business loan ranging from $500 to $35,000. Microloans are often so small that commercial banks can't be bothered lending the funds. Instead of a bank, you need to turn to a microlender. a non-profit organization that works differently than banks.


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    JCF Capital Advisors specializes in mergers and acquisitions, capital advisory services, and management consulting. We work with companies to help them raise capital more reliably in situations in which they might be worried about their own ability to do so. JCF Capital Advisors has worked with a number of companies in this particular situation to offer high quality consulting services.
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    Hi, there are lots of options for getting loan - Find some link as https://www.mudra.org.in/ & https://www.icicibank.com/Personal-B...ra-yojana.page

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    Hi, there are lots of options for getting loan - Find some link as https://www.mudra.org.in/ & https://www.icicibank.com/Personal-B...ra-yojana.page

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