Capital Fund Raising
Capital fundraising can be nerve wrecking if one does not have the know-how and you have to juggle your time between the business operations and seeking capital. We will help you to manage your time so that you could focus on the business operations. Capital Fundraising is usually conducted to raise major sums for a building or endowment, and generally keep such funds separate from operating funds.
We can help to resolve crisis and disputes between the businesses and their clients.
The principal source of debt funding for most business owners is a group of their relatives and friends. However, for a high-growth or capital intensive business, money loaned from personal sources doesn’t always do the trick. Banks and finance companies can fill this gap. In recent years, banks have seen intense interest in their loan offerings for start-ups. Most finance loan companies and banks offer services and products that have been crafted to fulfil the needs of small businesses. These include factoring loans, working capital loans, purchase loans and more.
Equity Financing refers to the raising of funds through the sale of shares of a business. It primarily refers to the exchange of an ownership interest in a business for an injection of capital. Equity financing essentially consists of activities that range from raising a few thousand dollars from familiar people, to initial public offerings (IPO) that could involve millions of dollars.
When a company grows and expands, there will always be a need for additional funds, which can be raised through either debt financing or equity financing. With equity financing, capital is raised by selling company shares to investors. There are no repayment schedules to adhere to, and there is a high chance of getting into partnership with influential investors. A valuation of the company to begin the process is done to set an estimate of what the company is worth at that point in time. Talk to us today to see how we could assist you in your company’s equity financing.
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