I just opened up my storefront. I’ve been in it for 2 months. I still need more capitol to finish remodeling and advertiseing.

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  • Ali1253

    April 18, 2016

    If you have a solid business plan that is unfolding as projected you should be able to get venture capital. Banks can help you find venture capitalists.

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  • Elisha

    April 18, 2016

    Prepare a businness plan and go to SBA to apply for a loan.

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  • Dr Rob2423

    April 18, 2016

    the best financial resource is other people’s money. that means loans or like the gentleman said, convince a venture capital company with your sound business plan.

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  • CanineHeroTahoe

    April 18, 2016

    SB Lenders usually require you to have been in business for at least 6 months. You may look to a savings secured loan on the personal side. Shop around, there is a bank out there which has a HELOC with a capped rate of 8.49% APR…this may get you buy until you establish your business. Also, visit and get to know your Business Developement Officer at your bank…if you do not have one…maybe it’s time to change financial institutions? You will definately need a bank that can grow with your needs!

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