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Small business owners trying to grow their businesses need sufficient capital (i.e., money) to pay for inventory, marketing, equipment, and other vendor-related items.

Ideas are cheap – taking action is what makes them expensive. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, more than 627,000 new businesses are started each year. That’s 627,000 entrepreneurs with unique visions for their businesses and all of them looking for capital to get started.

Finding the right business loan lender to avail a small business loan can be very confusing. It may sound easy to avail funds from Venture Capitalists, fund the business from savings, or to borrow from friends and family. However, these are not the ideal options as they bring in a lot of disadvantages with them.

New Year’s Day has come and gone, so how are you doing with your 2020 business resolutions? It’s common for individuals to set personal goals for the new year, but if you’re a business owner, it’s also important you set goals for the long-term success of your business.

Here’s a sobering statistic: About 20% of small businesses will fail within their first year. Worse, nearly 50% of businesses will fail by the end of their fifth year, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

If you own a business, you've probably worked with a certified public accountant at one point or another. But did you know accountants can do more than just your taxes and bookkeeping?

Bank loans are appealing to startups who worry about the “loss of control” associated with offering equity. However loans may have restrictions that can be as painful as giving up a board seat to an investor.

It still strikes me that most entrepreneurs and startup founders in Europe are unaware of the funding opportunities available to them other than venture capital.

Sometimes entrepreneurs discover that owning a business is similar to riding a seesaw. They feel on top of the world when their business runs smoothly but are unhappy when it slows down. All the same, most business owners agree that having a business is a rewarding experience. 

Irish peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance has unveiled a five-year unsecured business loan for the country’s small- and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

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