Can You Start a Profitable Business With Little Or No Startup Capital? Here’s How

In an economic slump like the one we are currently experiencing, many people are starting small businesses. It is said that the most lasting businesses start in times of extreme economic turmoil. You can start a profitable business with little or no startup capital. Whether you are looking to create an online or offline business, a little financial ingenuity goes a long way in starting a business.
If you are in a services business for example, you can take advantage of flexible vendor contracts. These are vary popular with consultants who sell software services to customers or retailers. If it takes you 45 days to get paid from your customer, use a net 90 agreement with your vendor to pay them 90 days after you purchase your goods. You can also take advantage of small business loans through the SBA. Small business loans through the SBA are usually small, at …

Five Ways to Get Business Start-Up Funding

Getting start-up capital can be a challenging process as your business prepares to take its first small steps. No matter how great of a business idea you have in order to turn that idea into reality by launching your business you will need business financing.
How do you go about getting the money you need to start-up your business? There are a lot of ways to get the capital you need for your business and you only limited by limits of your own creativity. But here are five ways to help you get business funding to help you business get your business started:
1. A Personal Loan: If you have fairly good credit you can probably get a personal loan to get your business up and going. Many small businesses have been started with personal loans. But it might not be a good idea to tell them that you will …

19 Ways To Fund Your Startup Without Your Own, Your Friend’s And Your Family’s Money

Believing it’s extremely difficult to come up with money in the first place to fund your venture and live your dream exists among the biggest objections to starting a business and living one’s purpose and dreams. But I want you to reframe this seemingly HUGE obstacle: If your idea is a genuine opportunity that has a great chance of paying off in a few years, both monetarily and in terms of your own satisfaction and happiness, are you really willing to look back to the past a few years from now and realize that you settled because uncomfortable obstacles stood in your path?
If you’re still reading, you must believe there’s a path over this financial obstacle-that’s good. I want to show you a way that you can gather the resources that you need without “blood money” (borrowing from friends and family which can cause a lot of unneeded tension) …