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.... Seeing dreams is easy. It doesn’t cost money or even, much effort. But, fulfilling them can be significantly difficult. Making a dream come true will invariably involve a considerable amount of time, effort and money.At Midwest Corporate Credit, we assist small business owners with obtaining the funds they need. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Business Owners Meet their Business Funding and Capital Requirements


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Welcome to Presentation
Business Owners Meet their Business Funding and
Capital Requirements
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Business Owners Meet their Business Funding and
Capital Requirements
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Seeing dreams is easy. It doesnt cost money or
even, much effort. But, fulfilling them can be
significantly difficult. Making a dream come true
will invariably involve a considerable amount of
time, effort and money. 
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  • In dreams, hard work, a spirit of adventure and
    sagacity will make any venture a success.
  • There are no guarantees that the business youre
    setting up will be a success even if you put in
    your best efforts day after day.
  • When dreams clash with reality, the source of
    conflict will almost always involve money.
  • Many aspiring entrepreneurs have had great
    business ideas. But, the lack of business
    funding didnt let them transform those ideas
    into reality. 

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Most Common Ways by Which Entrepreneurs Meet
their Business Funding Needs
Personal Savings and Assets
Factoring / Invoicing Advances
Government Grants and Loans
 Investors
Bank Loans
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Personal Savings and Assets
These are invaluable for any business owner.
Because you already possess these, you will
hardly incur any acquisition costs.
Government Grants and Loans
The US Small Business Administration (SBA) offers
various kinds of loan and grant programs. These
programs enable business owners to fund their
start-ups or expand their existing ventures.
Bank Loans
Small business owners could take out personal
loans or lines of credits from banks. Owners of
larger setups could obtain secured loans for
larger amounts by leveraging assets such as real
estate, inventory or large equipment.
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Investors
Some entrepreneurs look for investors for meeting
their funding requirements. These investors could
be active partners. Or, they could be silent
investors, who merely wait for the returns on
their investment.
Factoring / Invoicing Advances
This process involves obtaining money from a
service provider for the invoices that you have
billed your clients for. Once the customers
settle the bill, you will repay the service
provider. 
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Trust the Financial Specialists to Help You Meet
Your Business Capital Requirements 
Capital is essential for any business. However,
many business owners find it hard to obtain
the business funding they need. In many cases,
they dont get the amount they require from banks
and financial institutions.
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At Midwest Corporate Credit, we assist small
business owners with obtaining the funds they
need. To accomplish this, we link these business
owners with the nations institutionalized
lenders who have business products that suit the
needs of our clients.
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Midwest Corporate Credit  1S280 Summit Ave. Suite
E2  Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181     Phone
630-376-6063  Fax 630-281-5915  Email
Info_at_MidwestCorporateCredit.com  Open 900am to
500pm M-F Copyright 2017 Midwest Corporate
Credit. All rights reserved
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http//midwestcorporatecredit.com/business-startup
-funding/
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