Creative Ways to Fund Your Business

Creative Ways to Fund Your Business

Thursday, July 25, 2019 10:00am to 12:00pm

Making Sense of Highly Uncertain Business Environments: The greatest protective challenges an entrepreneur faces throughout the various stages of owning a business are directly related to: Finding and Securing Capital. This workshop is packed with information on the safety or risk of various ways to raise money or finance a new or existing business, and in doing so we have assembled not 5, not 10… but 16 methods as an entrepreneur to fund your small business in today’s economy… The never-ending search to find creative ways to fund growth, use capital in a variety of ways – includes: Financing huge Startup Costs, Expansion, Purchasing Inventory, and Funding current projects related to Operations or Production. Here, we estimate what the risk may be in a changing economic atmosphere. This may mean if interest rates were to rise, a consumer spending change, a recession, product, service or technology shift, travel hesitation, or other foreign issue or uncertainty in the world. All of these factors affect growth, costs, and funding options available to your business. Includes a well collected list of "forward thinking" tips and valuable business resources information to help make your business a success in highly uncertain times.

Jacques Bidjima
Small Business Administration (SBA)
455 Market Street 6th Floor
San Francisco

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