Funding Your Business

  • Are Government Grants Real or Hype?

    The article answers some questions pertaining to loans and grants such as how to get a grant to start your own business. The topic covers government grants for starting a business including grants for women and government grants for minorities starting...
    By John Garger January 12, 2011 

  • The Business of Buying Accounts Receivables

    A new way venture capitalists are helping to fund businesses is by buying a liquid asset such as your accounts receivable and turning it into cash. At one time or another, almost every small business needs cash, but does this new venture capitalist idea...
    By Jean Scheid January 2, 2011 

  • How to Create a Financial Fall Back Position for Your Business

    The importance of business contingency planning and how to create a financial safety net for new entrepreneurs is often overlooked or underestimated. Having a contingency plan is just as important as having a business plan if you want the business to...
    By W. A. Swan December 4, 2010 

  • Five No Cost Methods to Start a Business

    Everywhere you turn, people tell you about the need for money to start a business. While many types of business require startup capital, many more can be started for free. Various methods exist that are no cost ways to start a business.
    By W. A. Swan December 1, 2010 

  • Ways to Finance an Invention

    Many entrepreneurs are stuck with the question, “Who will continue financing my invention?” If you find yourself asking this question, then this article is for you.
    By Ivana Banks November 15, 2010 

  • Negotiating a Line of Credit for a New Business

    Getting a line of credit for new business ventures is often a necessity. Attaining a business line of credit is similar to getting a business loan, but the amount to be repaid is treated differently.
    By KAFrancis October 26, 2010 

  • Tips on Applying for Credit Cards for a New Small Business

    A new small business can benefit from having credit cards or small business loans. Applying for the loans can be difficult with no established credit for the business. By following a few tips, you can make the process easier.
    By Rosanna October 7, 2010 

  • Five Business Bootstrapping Ideas

    Learn essential skills for bootstrapping your startup business. This article outlines five categories that you need to have fully in check before embarking on your venture alone.
    By Sylvie Colette September 21, 2010 

  • Strategies for Attracting Equity Partners to a Small Business

    The process of attracting equity partners to small business settings is analyzed in this article. If you have a great idea and are poised for growth, it may not be as difficult as you think to secure this type of capital.
    By Marjory Pilley September 14, 2010 

  • What Are Business Lenders and Investors Looking For?

    When trying to receive business funding, sometimes organization is more important than ideas. What are some ways you can prepare so that you will do your best impressing business lenders and investors?
    By W. A. Swan August 19, 2010 
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