Helpful news and knowledge for small business owners.
Don't put your entrepreneurial dreams on hold because you don't have enough money to buy a business. There are several alternative funding methods that can help you find financing to start a business.
Starting your own business may be risky, challenging, and time-consuming. That’s why many opt to buy a company that is already established. There are many options, such as an SBA loan or a business line of credit, that may help finance the purchase of an existing business.
We dig into BlueVine's invoice factoring and freight factoring service to see if it's a good solution for business funding.
Learn more about loans for nonprofit organizations and the alternatives. Find financing options, steps to get a loan, and tips on how to use the funding.
Whether you’re buying or leasing automobiles for your company, there are important steps you should take. Here’s what you should know about outfitting your business with a new fleet.
How do you keep your business afloat? Specifically, a restaurant? Here, we give you a breakdown of what it takes to build a restaurant and how to sustain it over time. 25% of restaurants fail within their first year of opening, so learning the foundation of the industry is what will keep help you stay in the game long-term.
Starting a new business can be challenging in many ways, especially financially. Find the best business loans that fit your financial needs.
When you need working capital, but can't qualify for bank funding, here are some things you should know about alternative cash for your company.
Find out ways to increase your chances of being pre-approved for online business financing.
We look at some of the loan options geared toward women who are looking for small business funding.
What you need to know when looking for small business loans in North Carolina. We look at our favorite lenders in cities like Charlotte, Raliegh, and Asheville.