Optimizing your fundraising With the baby boomer generation retiring, we are set to see a high volume of small and medium businesses change hands.
When a fellow investor was apparently unhappy with the answer of the entrepreneur pitching his company’s funding need, I found myself asking my compadre for clarification to his previous question (something the small business owner probably should have done, when all is said and done).
We’ve found that… Getting funding to buy an existing business is hard. Lenders will put the prospective buyer and the target company through a rigorous examination.
Improving working capital is a common goal of most manufacturers. This becomes particularly important when a business is looking to raise capital from investors or undertake strategic growth initiatives, whether it be upgrades to equipment, purchases of new equipment, facility expansion, transportation of materials, or research and development.
Einstein: SBA = 7(a) + CDC/504. Henry Ford once said, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.”
Financing working capital is a common hurdle that small business owners have to overcome. Whether you’re a manufacturing, service, transportation, or tech company, it is vital to have working capital on hand when you’re looking to upgrade equipment, purchase new equipment, expand your facilities, transport materials, or invest in research and development.
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