Finding Money: The Small Business Guide to Financing / Edition 1by Kate Lister, Tom Harnish, Harnish
Pub. Date: 06/28/1995
This book answers the two most important questions on the minds of small business owners and entrepreneurs today--what are the most promising sources of financing and how do I tap into them? Readers are given detailed guidance on 17 different financing sources including home equity loans, banks, SBA programs, venture capital, grants and government programs. Includes real-life vignettes and revealing quotes from bankers, venture capitalists, investment bankers, magazines and entrepreneurs. Features usable formulas, charts, forms and dozens of references to crucial publications and information resources.
Table of Contents
WHO HAS MONEY?
Lessons from Success.
Debt or Equity?
Who Are the Lenders and Investors?
FINDING MONEY FROM LENDERS.
How Lenders Evaluate Your Loan Request.
Finding a Lender.
Your Loan Proposal.
Loan Approvals: Behind Closed Doors.
Dotting the I's and Crossing the T's.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
FINDING MONEY FROM INVESTORS.
How Investors Evaluate Capital Request.
Terms and Conditions.
Why Do Investors Invest?
The Investment Package.
The DecisionBehind Closed Doors.
HOW MUCH MONEY DO YOU NEED?
Cash Is King.
Developing Cash Flow Projections.
Finding Hidden Cash Treasures.
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