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Run & Grow

How much should you borrow to grow your business?

This questionnaire will help you set aside your fear of getting a loan

Your business is doing great. You’ve found your market niche. Your customer base is loyal and growing. The staff (even if it’s just you) is stable and knowledgeable. You’ve reached the point that many small businesses dream about – demand for your ...

by Daniel Demeo  | August 18, 2016 07:00:00
Startup Tips

How to get business loan approval from any bank

More banks are offering business loans to entrepreneurs than ever before, but it doesn't mean you can get one right away. Here's how.

It’s a great time to get a loan from banks big and small, as well as ‘money bodies’ like cooperatives and microfinance institutions. Realizing the power (and quantity) of small and medium enterprises—not to mention the millions of people itching to start ...

by Jennifer Gulle  | April 09, 2015 07:00:00
Finance

Choosing the best business loan option

There are several available options for entrepreneurs who need to borrow money for capital. Get to understand those more.

Building a business is logically not an easy task. An entrepreneur can’t just grab any promising opportunity that comes his way. He must first consider the possible source of funding. The most recommended is borrowing, but from whom? Here are the different ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | November 10, 2014 03:00:00
Startup Tips

Making your first business loan

It is a dilemma encountered by every startup entrepreneur: your great business idea is now up and running but expansion is hindered because of lack of funding. Esquire Financing lets you know when a loan is good or bad for your business.

It is a dilemma encountered by every startup entrepreneur: your great business idea is now up and running but expansion is hindered because of lack of funding.  You risk stunting the growth of your business because you don’t have the funds to ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | October 16, 2013 01:00:00
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