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YOUR SOURCES OF FINANCING

Once you know what your financial needs are,

your burden becomes locating and securing the

financial resources required to give your store a

fair chance at success. Let's assume you haven't

won a lottery and weren't born into wealth.

You're the average, ambitious man or woman

intent on doing it your way with a retail store.

Your only option is to look to outside sources

of funding. This search for money will take

some time as you search for lenders confident

enough in you and your store concept to risk

an investment in it.

Forget About Institutional

Sources of Financing

This is your store, so it's entirely your responsibility

to raise the financing. Forget about

lending institutions, like banks and venture

capital firms, for now. It's not that these houses

of finance don't like entrepreneurs. They just

don't want to lend you money until you can

demonstrate your success. When you can present

a track record that shows you've weathered

a few ups and downs, and can hand them sales

reports that prove the greatness of your store

concept, they'll be more likely to respond to

your need for funding. Until then, you must

first look within yourself, and your circle of

family and friends, to finance your dream.

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Start.

Grow.

Repair.

Our specialty is helping small and

mid-sized businesses achieve success.

Contact us for free consultation.

1-800-433-7002

info@forumba.comwww.forumba.com

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