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|Jul 04, 2008 2:58 pm||How do I get money for a new business?||#|
|How do I get money for a new small business with no collateral? |
Private Reply to tony harris
|Jul 04, 2008 3:22 pm||re: How do I get money for a new business?||#|
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Private Reply to CSea Perkins
|Jul 04, 2008 4:23 pm||re: How do I get money for a new business?||#|
|It all depends on what you need the money for.|
Are you purchasing equipment or other goods? Almost anything can be leased, and it doesn't matter whether or not the company you're buying it from offers financing, you can find financing for it. Email me if you have any questions about that.
Do you need funds for something other than purchasing an actual asset? Be more specific, since there are many different ways to get money, but it all depends on what the money will be needed for.
Private Reply to Angelo Cerase
|Jul 05, 2008 2:18 pm||re: How do I get money for a new business?||#|
|i suggest tony that you also do business networking, by going to business and professional sites like linkedin or at http://www.schmoozii.com where i saw the same thread as what we are talking right now..starting a business|
Private Reply to billy bates
|Jul 20, 2008 9:37 am||re: How do I get money for a new business?||#|
My lay opinion is that these are the ways to obtain money for a new business:
1. An unsecured bank loan or business line of credit (I'm sure you would need to have good credit history)
2. An investor (who will take a percentage of your company's profits)
3. A relative who believes in you
4. An SBA loan (I believe if you are a minority it will help a lot)
5. Learn Universal laws and prosperity principles as I did and attract everything you need for your business. Since both of my businesses were service businesses, it did not require inventory. I used the laws to attract the clients which brought the income to grow my businesses. In your situation, if you require tangibles, then you could possibly partner with suppliers.
You mentioned that you are entering the fashion field. I would seek advice from those who are in that industry. I don't think a social networking site will have your answers, although anything is possible. But why not direct your inquiries to those who are already in the type of business you want. There is nothing better than good advice from those who walked the path before you.
Founder, Feel Free to Prosper Program
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