5 Reliable Financing Ideas for Business Startups

Starting a business requires a lot of planning and hard work. One of the aspects that are critical for any business is securing the finances. The economy nowadays allows the businesses to explore creative and out-of-the-box ideas for funding a new business.

While choosing the funding options, you should remember the model of the firm in mind. It is important to have a positive, vigilant and flexible attitude while looking for potential funding options. Here are some of the ways to obtain funding for a new business.


Small business owners and entrepreneurs are opting to self-fund their businesses. They have to rely on their personal funds for a significant amount of time while searching for a formal funding opportunity. You can achieve self-funding by using savings accounts or zero interest credit cards. Your passion for the project will make you comfortable in investing your savings in the business. It will also attract potential investors as they will know how invested you are in the new business.

Social Lending:

The Internet is offering an excellent platform by introducing the social lending websites. On these websites, individuals can apply for loans, and other individuals who develop an interest in your project will pay the loan. The terms and conditions are set by two parties, and the websites act as an intermediary. All the loans on these sites are three-year unsecured loans. They do not require any collateral. When the loan is approved the amount gets deposited directly into the bank account, and fixed monthly payments will automatically get deducted for the life of a loan.

Small Business Loans:

There are several types of loans that can help kick start a business. To get the loan from a bank, the new businesses need to have a good business plan and profitable projection. It is important to have a good credit score for getting a bank loan. If you want a quick loan, then you should prefer title loans as they are easy to acquire if you own an automobile. Choose the small loans carefully so that it is easy for you to repay it.

Trade Credit:

It is an excellent way of financing established business, but it is also a good option for new businesses. It is a simple method where you purchase products from the suppliers, and they deliver them with just an invoice of the due amount. Trade credit requited trust and good relationship with the suppliers as they trust you. A business willing to take advantage will have to offer collateral or financial statement to start building the trust.

Angel Investors:

It is also an excellent way of getting the money for starting a new enterprise. But it is important to understand that the money given by angel investor does not qualify for a loan because it is an equity investment. It means that the angel investor gets a little share of the business which means you have to share ownership. If you are comfortable with ceding authority to an outsider, then it is a viable option. You will at least have to give a ten percent stake of your business to the angel investor. The positive thing is that you do not have to worry about paying monthly installment or interest.

These are some of the viable funding options that are useful for starting a new business.

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Comment by Barry Sharf on March 17, 2017 at 2:46am

Useful tips for business start up owners. Networking is most important factor when it comes to business. Business funding is the way to expand business to grow better and bigger.

Comment by Robin Anderson on March 31, 2017 at 9:59am

Good ideas! Thanks for the sharing. But I’ll advise you to read one more article about business. Here you also will find much useful information.


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