• Funding Your Business: Securing Loan Funding

    Borrowing money is always attractive to the entrepreneur, because money today is particularly valuable for a growing business compared to tomorrow's money, when the business is expected to be throwing off cash like Scrooge McDuck at a wedding.

  • Funding Your Business: Considering An Equity Sale

    So you've done the sums, looked at your credit card bills, and realised that you're going to need to raise more money. Fundraising for a start-up business can be taxing and time consuming, so it's generally better to do it less often and ask for more than it is to have to go through the process more often.

  • Funding Your Business: Choosing And Attracting Debt Or Equity Investors

    In an ideal world every entrepreneur would start off with the savings they need to get their business off the ground, or even better, every good business would be self-funding from early days. The reality though is that growing a business burns cash quickly – salaries, rents, product design and creation all cost money up-front, even if the long-term benefits justify the investment.

  • Enterprise Nation's StartUp 2015 event at Somerset House: HSBC and Crowd2Fund in the Funding zone

    On Saturday 17th January, Enterprise Nation organised StartUp2015, a free event for entrepreneurs. During the day, 3,200 of businesses registered for the event and went to Somerset House, which was turned into a very cool living and breathing entrepreneurial incubator and pitch platform.

  • The Shift From Debt Based To Equity Based Investing

    In this article we examine the shift from debt based to equity based investing, and why this change has come about.

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