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Beyond Bank Loan: 6 Source Of Fund For Your Business by ikoiikenna: 09:58am On 3 Mar
Did you just find a brilliant idea to invest in? But you are worried of where to source for investment funds? Do banks keep taking you for granted while requesting for loans? Don't worry, you are sure of the solution here as I unveil the real places you can get fund for your businesses?
As the numbers of entrepreneurs keep increasing so is the competitive level between the startup cost sourcing and the potential business owners increasing. But when things seem hard and core, where are those places you could get funds for that business?
A real dreamer does not watch his dreams dying, rather he would walk extra length to ensure it comes to the past and that's what I'm doing right now!
Start that business now, while getting funds from these six(6) places around the globe both online and offline, but don't forget, all these sources have their terms and conditions. Below they are;

1. Factory or invoice advances:
This is an indirect flow of funds where a business owner sets up his business' products and services while service providers look into it pertaining to set terms and conditions.
This often entails, the declaration of the amount of service or products where a buyer can't get his order unless he pays and tactfully the buyers uses the income to process the output.
While researching the CEO of small business cash flow management company fund box, Eyal Shinar says By closing the pay gap, companies can accept new projects more quickly and steadily.
Giving a try is advisable!

2. Angel investors:
I've crossed-checked why angel investors could be your best options. This is an alternative means across the globe which invests into a startup or small businesses with the agreement of 20 to 25 percent of investment on return.
There is big rate of probability that your potential investors might see the distinctions of quality in your dream or goals thereby paving way for them to succumb and helping you to achieve your goals with a lesser rate of compensation. You could visit angelinvestors.com to have a glance, believe that those who are afraid to take the step are those that fear the risk and ends unknown and unaccomplished.

3. Grants:
Beyond one says, businesses based on science researchers could gain handsome amount from the government with the assurance of result from such businesses. Funds from SBA would reach you asap if you are able to compose your adorable and preferable proposal through Small Business Technology Transfer(STTR).
If you find your business to be in this niche, reach out to the federal government and aim for due commercialization.

4. Local money lender:
One of the reliable but local places to get fund for that your proposed business is from local money lenders, be it a philanthropist or a wealthy person who had made money lending a business too. Never be chased by their intimidation, your goals and forthcoming achievement are worth than that!

5. Cooperative society:
Though many potential business owners don't look into this sector, yet they are worth trying.
Cooperative outlets are common amongst African citizens where business owners and civil servants come together to share some aim and objective with the mind of helping others through cordial contributions and aligned policy of withdrawal. Give a try by investing small, it values aftermath.
Cooperative society ideas could be sort online.

6. Crowd Funding:
Indiegogo and Kickstarter are reliable web addresses that welcome crowd funding.
This method explains the coming together of multiple investors who are ready to donate and give your business the flesh that it needs to grow rather than waiting for a single investor.
You can visit Kickstarter to read their strategic ways of doing it while bouncing up as true entrepreneurs.

Reading alone wouldn't serve rather, take the bold step of stepping on and get that fund. I've been a victim too, now saved!
Using the comment box below tell us what you think or your opinion on this topic.

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Re: Beyond Bank Loan: 6 Source Of Fund For Your Business by roysam: 09:21pm On 3 Mar
if you will allow me add this as well
thanks


What is a 'Venture Capitalist'

A venture capitalist is an investor who either provides capital to startup ventures or supports small companies that wish to expand but do not have access to equities markets . Venture capitalists are willing to invest in such companies because they can earn a massive return on their investments if these companies are a success.

Venture capitalists also experience major losses when their picks fail, but these investors are typically wealthy enough that they can afford to take the risks associated with funding young, unproven companies that appear to have a great idea and a great management team.


BREAKING DOWN 'Venture Capitalist'
Well-known venture capitalists include Jim Breyer, an early Facebook (FB ) investor, Peter Fenton, an investor in Twitter ( TWTR), Peter Theil, the co-founder of PayPal ( PYPL) and Facebook's first investor, Jeremy Levine, the largest investor in Pinterest, and Chris Sacca, early investor in Twitter and ride-share company Uber.


Do you have that idle cash sitting in your bank account, why not maximize it by investing it in small businesses.

invest 400k and get 40k monthly 10%.
contact royalsamdol@gmail.com for more details

Re: Beyond Bank Loan: 6 Source Of Fund For Your Business by ikoiikenna: 09:38pm On 3 Mar
roysam:if you will allow me add this as well
thanks


What is a \'Venture Capitalist\'

A venture capitalist is an investor who either provides capital to startup ventures or supports small companies that wish to expand but do not have access to equities markets . Venture capitalists are willing to invest in such companies because they can earn a massive return on their investments if these companies are a success.

Venture capitalists also experience major losses when their picks fail, but these investors are typically wealthy enough that they can afford to take the risks associated with funding young, unproven companies that appear to have a great idea and a great management team.


BREAKING DOWN \'Venture Capitalist\'
Well-known venture capitalists include Jim Breyer, an early Facebook (FB ) investor, Peter Fenton, an investor in Twitter ( TWTR), Peter Theil, the co-founder of PayPal ( PYPL) and Facebook\'s first investor, Jeremy Levine, the largest investor in Pinterest, and Chris Sacca, early investor in Twitter and ride-share company Uber.


Do you have that idle cash sitting in your bank account, why not maximize it by investing it in small businesses.

invest 400k and get 40k monthly 10%.
contact royalsamdol@gmail.com for more details


Thanks, Rosyam Firstly for joining the Forum we appreciate. Thanks also for this wonderful insight, its quite informative and I believe it will be of great help to many here, Knowing fully well that Funding has been major restrictions to many startups in Nigeria and West Africa. Thanks for Sharing.

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