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Question posted by JML (2 points) 2 years ago.
You might want to read up on Bplans' articles on financing a business:
You may wish to speak to a volunteer at either a SCORE or SBDC office:
Answer posted by Bplans (3,824 points) 2 years ago
If you are looking for a personal load, check with the bank you already do business with, especially with the branch where you do the most transactions as the tellers and staff may know you, making the process a bit easier. It doesn't guarantee you will get approved, but at least you already have a foot in the door.
Answer posted by mpodlesny (148 points) 2 years ago
My experience in South Africa is that most Banks and Institutions will offer you a Loan when you don't need it, And have a 1 000 reasons for not giving you a Loan when you really need it.
Have a look at the new "Crowd Funding" concept on the Internet.
Answer posted by leseding (4,856 points) 1 year ago
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