You’ve got the idea. You’ve got the product. You’ve even got the business cards. The only missing piece is the money to make it all happen, so you reach out to investors – but how can you win them over?
For many fast-growth businesses, the route to finance can be fraught with setbacks. However, having an application for external funding denied should not act as an impediment to growth, if reacted to effectively.
While technology may be grabbing the headlines and column inches at present, there are plenty of investment opportunities in other sectors.
Prasanna Kulkarni, founder and product architect of Comparesoft, explains how small business owners can best manage their cash flow by leveraging their assets.
Cash flow is something ever-present on every small business owner’s mind. Here’s how you can access short-term finance options.
You want to grow a business or launch a new project, but banks and venture capitalists won’t give you the time of day – it’s a common predicament.
Lending platform ThinCats and parent company ESF Capital have introduced a £200m SME funding programme for British growth businesses.
Uber is proof that not only can the cashless economy aid a business, it shows how popular this invisible payment concept can be, and that adapting to your customers’ needs ultimately prevails.
The road to business success is never straightforward, and every entrepreneur experiences setbacks, must negotiate bumps in the road and overcome challenges. So it helps to have the right investor on board.
Dragons’ Den is back and it started off with a bang – offering viewers the chance to see a company attract the attention of all five investors for the second time in its 13-series history.
As part of the business cycle, things traditionally slow down in August, as people take their vacations to match the school holidays. This means decisions are often delayed and deadlines missed – none more so than making payments.
In Game of Thrones G.R.R Martin’s land of fire and ice is a cut-throat world of underhanded dealings, betrayals, utter chaos and abject poverty – but business finance also has its place.