The Funding Is Out There!: Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business

The Funding Is Out There!: Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business

by Tiffany C. Wright

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Overview

The Funding Is Out There!: Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business by Tiffany C. Wright

The Funding Is Out There! Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business
provides more than thirty in-depth yet succinct case study examples of what actual business owners have done to raise capital to grow their businesses-covering not just what is available but the "how to" to obtain it, what works best, and why for a particular business type. Including everything from pursuing business-friendly community banks and forming strategic alliances to tapping supplier financing and using crowd funding (both donation and equity-based), it shows business owners how to raise the capital they need to grow their businesses.




Most small and medium businesses are unaware of the variety of financing sources that exist for their business types or they are unprepared to meet the requirements from a relationship and financial packaging perspective. The Funding Is Out There! shows business owners how to do just that. Owners of mom-and-pop businesses, small businesses, and growing businesses with millions in revenues will tap:




• Information that increases their odds of obtaining the financing they need to grow their businesses

• Step-by-step options based on their business type

• Options for each stage of growth

• Advice that enables them to optimize their banking relationships

The Funding Is Out There!
shows business owners how to get the capital they need to flourish in today's competitive operating environments. Learn how to lay the financial framework to create a viable, sustainable business to sell or pass on!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614488200
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Tiffany C. Wright is the author of Solving the Capital Equation: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses. She is the founder and president of The

Resourceful CEO (formerly Toca Family Business Services), which provides strategic and financial advisory, packaged solutions, and educational products to

small and medium business owners and managers to help them more effectively manage their company's finances and cash. Over the last several years, Tiffany

has helped companies obtain more than $33 million in financing and over $31 million in contracts and purchase orders. She obtained her BS in industrial and

systems engineering from Ohio State University and an MBA in finance and entrepreneurial management from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of

Business.

Read an Excerpt

To clearly understand your company's ability to cover expenses and liabilities, as a business owner you must regularly assess the cash flow statement. So what exactly is a cash flow statement? A cash flow statement records a company's cash inflows and outflows. Stated differently, this statement presents the amount of cash and cash equivalents entering and leaving your company during a specified time frame. The cash flow statement enables you as the owner, your managers, bankers and suppliers to view your company's operations from a cash perspective. Thus, all better understand how smoothly (or not) the company runs its operations, where growth funding is or will come from, and how wisely your firm spends its money. The cash flow statement breaks down the cash inflows and outflows into three sources of cash - operations, financing and investing.


Table of Contents

Preface ix

Chapter 1 The Biggest Hindrance to Business Growth 1

Chapter 2 Cash Flow, Capital and Business Growth 7

Part I Debt Financing Sources 15

Chapter 3 Debt Financing Sources: Overview 17

Chapter 4 Banks 22

Chapter 5 Alternative Lending Sources (Small or All Companies) 35

Chapter 6 Alternative Lending Sources (Small to Medium Companies) 50

Part II Equity Financing Sources 65

Chapter 7 Equity Financing Sources - Overview 67

Chapter 8 Equity Financing Sources (Small Businesses) 72

Chapter 9 Equity Financing Sources (Medium-Sized Businesses) 88

Part III Debt & Equity Financing Sources: Blended/Hybrid Capital 105

Chapter 10 Hybrid Capital and Non-Traditional Sources - Overview 107

Chapter 11 Hybrid Capital Sources 112

Chapter 12 Non-Traditional Capital Sources 121

Part IV Making the Decision: What is Best for You and Your Business? 137

Chapter 13 Options for non-asset-based small companies 139

Chapter 14 Options for asset-based or rapid growth companies 148

Chapter 15 When and How to Seek Outside Assistance 159

About the Author 167

Resources 169

Free Bonus Resources 177

Acknowledgments 179

Index 181

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