Crowdfunding presents an exciting opportunity for budding entrepreneurs and business owners to obtain funding to help them turn their amazing ideas into brilliant businesses.
When starting a new business, getting access to funds can be critically important. Last week Nicky Larkin ran through the most common ways of borrowing money. Here, Sage Business Expert Ed Goodman provides more detail on how to increase your chances of getting a start-up loan from a bank In a previous life I provided […]
If you are daunted by the prospect of funding a start-up, one of the options is an accelerator. Octavia Goredama gives her tips on what to look out for and how best to go about getting funding from one.
In the second of our two part series Sage Business Expert, Nicky Larkin, explores more ways a business owner can borrow money.
When running a business it is essential to have enough cash for working capital, such as for paying suppliers, employees, or tax, and for investment in capital items and growing the business.
Sage Business Expert Tom Darlow gives his insight on how you can start a business with no investment and not much capital.
Looking for funding to start your business? One of the first things you need is a business plan. Sage Business Expert Jacky Tustain gives her advice on what you’ll need to consider for your plan and why.
Thinking of starting a business during without having much capital to support you is very ambitious and risky. However this is what Sage Business Expert Melanie Mackie did when starting Scarletta Media.
Want to start a business but don’t have the money to invest? These tips will help you get your business idea off the ground.
Last week’s news that lender Wonga (a provider of high cost short term personal loans) has launched a business loans service, promising to make funds of £3,000 to £10,000 available within 15 minutes of an application is a signal to banks and the Government that they are simply not doing enough to support responsible lending to Britain’s small business community.