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Get Funding for Your Business: 6 Non-Traditional Ways to Access Cash

Launching a company? Or looking for extra cash to buy inventory or create a new website? Not everyone wins the eye of a venture capital firm or the heart of an angel investor. .. or even qualifies for a bank loan! But don't sweat it; there are other ways to get the money. In this class we explore some of the most accessible funding options for the everyday entrepreneur, including microfinance lending, peer-to-peer a...

Topics: General Business
Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month

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Launching a company? Or looking for extra cash to buy inventory or create a new website? Not everyone wins the eye of a venture capital firm or the heart of an angel investor... or even qualifies for a bank loan! But don't sweat it; there are other ways to get the money. In this class we explore some of the most accessible funding options for the everyday entrepreneur, including microfinance lending, peer-to-peer and crowdfunding platforms, business incubators and creative ways to structure friends and family contributions. We’ll hear from guest experts about what to expect when requesting these types of funding, as well as do's and dont's from entreprenuers who have used these methods themselves. What will you learn in this class? The fundraising and lending options that are available for the "everyday" entrepreneur How to know what method is right for you, and which ones are not a good fit What lenders and smaller investors are looking for when they decide to give money to an entrepreneur The information and documents you can expect to hand over if you want to receive money, and tips for preparing both well Guests Interviews include: Brad Lensing, CMO @ Prosper Amanda Steinberg, CEO @ DailyWorth Rachel Greenwald, Former Loan Consultant @ Accion East Jay Lee, CEO @ Smallknot Tanya Menendez, COO @ Maker's Row Micah Kotch, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship @ NYU Poly Incubators AND MORE!

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  • Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Size: One-on-One
  • Instructor: Liz Long
  • Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month
  • Institution: Skillshare
  • Topics: General Business

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