This section provides in-depth guides and advice on the funding options available to small businesses when starting out and how to choose the best options for your company.
Richard Healy, co-founder of BaseKit, discusses the importance of getting the first-round funding pitch right.
Peter Mühlmann, CEO of Trustpilot, discusses why sourcing money for your business can be a long and arduous process.
In the first of a new series of Q&As, SmallBusiness.co.uk talks to entrepreneur Guy Mucklow about raising money for his business, which offers web services and software to look up UK and international addresses.
It's surprising to find out that as many as one in five microbusinesses funded their start-up through a bank loan.
What is credit easing and how does it apply to small businesses?
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Payback as you earn. No APR, just one simple cost. Between £2.5k & £300k available. Must accept card payments & been in business 6+ months.
Running a business can be challenging so it’s important to ensure that you choose a funding solution that keeps you firmly in control while providing the flexibility to grow.
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