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    guide your self to fund your business in the following five ways:
    1. Boostrapping
    2. Friends and Family
    3. Crowdfunding
    4. Angel Investors
    5. Bank Loan/Venture Capital


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    Can you elaborate on bootstrapping crowdfunding and angel investors?


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    I specialize in acquisition and real estate financing and right now I am helping firms acquire capital for investments and acquisitions to alleviate the need for limited partnerships. For this and other purposes, we offer up to $2 million within 5 business days.

    At FundKite, We have established ourselves as capital partners for various business brokers and acquisition companies.

    The versatility of our platform enables us to create solutions in various corporate situations:

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    Andy Theronier
    Corporate Financing Specialist
    FundKite
    29 W. 17th Street, 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10011
    Office: 212-952-0001 ext: 1017
    Fax: 212-409-8426
    Cell: 212-470-2536
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    Business credit is different from personal credit, so it might not be a problem but Unfortunately, if you are a startup, banks generally won’t give you a loan to finance your new business.but you can try some like :
    Get A Start Up Business Loan from Friends and Family.
    Raising Money from Venture Capitalists.. it will work!


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    Your right Zara, business credit is not the same as personal credit, but personal credit can help you be a guarantor on a Business loan that will allow you to borrow money or a larger amount of money from your Bank. the problem is that without very good business credit and personal credit combined, getting the loan necessary to finance your business is next to impossible.

    now if your talking about business credit, than we are implying that your company has been around for more than a year, because that is about how much time it takes to establish business credit through all the legal channels. Now you mentioned that if your a start-up company, raising money from a venture capital firm is not always a great idea. I work with several Venture capital firms, and the main thing that they are trying to do is acquire equity before anything else. This can be in the amount of 25% or more. As a young company, giving up equity is not always good, cause now when it comes to the next round of funding (yes there will be a next round) you will have very little to offer to new investors, and the amount of money that you receive from a venture capital firm for a seed investment is never enough to cover your cost past the first year due to the risk involved with such an investment.

    Now if your company can survive past the first year, it is best to get a business loan or working capital from an investment fund, the bank may still not finance you at this point, because you are still considered a start-up, but an investment fund will. They go based on the fact that you have made some money, and your still here after a year.

    if you would like more information about this, send me an email at andy.t@fundkite.com or contact me at the information below.


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    Andy Theronier
    Corporate Financing Specialist
    FundKite
    29 W. 17th Street, 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10011
    Office: 212-952-0001 ext: 1017
    Fax: 212-409-8426
    Cell: 212-470-2536
    www.FundKite.com
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    Hi,
    If anyone wants funding for a business with bad credit, in that case, taking loan from a bank is a good choice. There are credit cards and lending programs available in Banks for individuals with bad credit rate.

    Thanks!!


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    i agree with u. of u wanna get a money for ur business, u must know all abou ur deal and to have a plan of hard work))


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    Credit not factored
    Quote Originally Posted by bjdavis View Post
    I am wondering if anyone knows about any funding for a business if the owner does not have the best credit.
    If you are interested in filling out an application we can get you checked to see if you qualify. Credit is not a factor.
    William at Nauth Financial Services
    281-310-8219


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    I am a funding consultant for small businesses, I match businesses with business grants, check out my site at luvofbusiness.com


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