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How Do You Get Funding for Your Small Business?
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Starting out on your own is difficult. Securing funds, making investors believe that your plans are feasible and sustainable, and getting people to invest in your products can be overwhelming. First of all, you don’t even have any clue about how to go about your finances. Here are some steps:

  • Crowdsource from Everyone you Know:

When you are seeking funding for your small business, never ever be afraid to ask. Ask for funding from everyone you know and crowdsource for your dream startups or entrepreneurial journey from your friends, relatives, ex-colleagues, ex-boss, managers, and college mates. You never know when your idea can strike a chord with the other party and they would like to invest in your dreams.   

  • Visit Events:

Events could act as an excellent catalyst for growing your network and building rapport and relationships with people who matter to your funding endeavors. You can leverage events to understand what others are talking about, to pitch your products to them, or to connect with investors. If your product has great growing and evolution scope, chances are people would want to invest in it. If not, you get contact brochures, pamphlets, and a direction about how others are doing the same.

  • Meet Venture Capitalists and Investors:

Contact as many investors and venture capitalists as you can. Ask, ask, and ask more whether they would want to invest in your products- reach investors on call, LinkedIn, or via third-party contacts, pitch your ideas and products, fix a meeting, and show them your prototype.

Topics: Startups Business

Originally published April 19 2019,updated November 18 2019

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