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Funding for business?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 04:21:20    Popularity:     

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I am currently in a business partnership that i desperately want to break free from. I want to go out on my own as I know I can grow and keep my business going. I am looking for good start up funding for a new business with no personal credit. Any ideas?

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Get help in business funding.

sell your partnership

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if you have anything into this partnership he might buy out your share thus you will have some money to start with

Sell out from your partnership...

If no credit, nobody would trust that you could pay your debts. When an investor comes looking and sees that your personal finance is a mess and the entire business is based on you...they will walk away...every one of them.

Lending Club or Prosper.

Prepare a business plan and financial projections to understand whether the business is viable and then try bootstrapping finance methods.

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Sell your half of the partnership to your partner and use the proceeds to open your own business. In the U.S., funding for a new business will require that 25% - 30% of the funds needed must come out of your pocket. In addition to this portion of self-funding, you are also going to need a well-written thoroughly researched and documented business plan explaining what it will cost to open, how much of that you need, your background in operating this the of business, your audience/demographics, how you plan on making money and a 5 year outlook (including marketing plan, etc.).

The Bank of Mom and Dad.

Don't you have any equity in your current partnership? Sell your shares...



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