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Is your investor right for your business?

Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

Approaching venture capital or angel investors is never easy, and getting interest in your small business can be exciting. However, not all investors are created equal. It’s vital to ensure that your potential investor is actually a good fit for your business – and will help rather than hinder. Here are some things to look […]

Capital and financing for Aboriginal small business owners

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

One of the biggest challenges small business owners face is access to capital. Did you know there are options specifically for Aboriginal communities? Find out what funding and capital options are available to Aboriginal entrepreneurs in Canada.

How to use corporate credit cards for small business financing

Saturday, May 14th, 2016

Need financing to buy inventory or fixed assets, or to help your business get through a shortfall of cash? Debt financing is money loaned to you or your business, usually by a commercial bank or credit union, for which the lender has a right to earn interest. Today, we’ll look at how you can use a […]

Using a mortgage to finance a small business

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

Need money to buy inventory or fixed assets, or to help your business get through a shortfall of cash? Debt financing is money loaned to you or your business, usually by a commercial bank or credit union, for which the lender has a right to earn interest. In order to get debt capital you may have to […]

All about term loans to finance a small business

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Debt financing is money loaned to you or your business, for which the lender has a right to earn interest. Institutions, usually commercial banks and credit unions, lend a portion of the value of your business’ fixed assets. You can use this financing to buy inventory or additional fixed assets, or to help your business through […]

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