A business loan can be a great source of capital, but it can be difficult to navigate the myriad of loan options available to small business owners.
Here are 11 tips from the Young Entrepreneur Council that will help you attract the eye of an angel investor or a VC, and make your business a more appealing investment.
Whether the end goal is to exit, be acquired, or have enough in the bank to launch, it’s important for entrepreneurs to find the venture capital companies that can help them make it happen.
In your quest for the perfect broker, how can you make sure the one you choose will put the interests of you and your business ahead of their own?
Be upfront. By dismissing the risks in your business, you actually make the job of a lender or investor that much more difficult.
Alignment between you and those looking to invest in your business is all about seeing eye to eye on some of the most critical areas of your business.
Your plan just got rejected. Welcome to the club. Reality check: You’re the rule, not the exception. So, how do you bounce back?
Here are some benchmarks that small business owners should be aware of that will give them a better idea of what lenders are looking at.