When I decided to start my own internet cafe business back in 2010, I was having second thoughts if I can manage to come up with the money I’d need to put up this small business. With a little help from my mother and a family friend who had mutliple credit cards I could use, I was able to buy new computers and anything else I’d need for my computer shop business.
I’m one of the lucky ones who had the right affiliations to help start my own business. I honestly lost hope that I can do it on my own, but I did. And I owe it, quite literally, to the two people who came to my aid financially.
To others who are determined to start their own small business, but don’t have people around them who can help, there’s always an option to get a loan or a grant. I know that local government officials in various cities in the Metro offer small grants to people who have shown diligence and have proven they deserve the financial aid. In fact, here in our area, I see street vendors pushing their carts that are painted colorfully with the name of the project of the local government for small businessmen. For those who need a much higher capital, there’s always a bank, an investor or lending site / office who can help.
If you are in Canada and you are in need for small business funding, you might want to get more information from Canadian Capital Advance. They offer advice and quotations on how much loan you qualify for. They promise to not charge you any hidden fees or get you stuck on a fixed payment schedule. They’re also a division of American Capital Advance and Quantum Merchant Services. They’re known to have successfully funded thousands of small and medium businesses, so you might want to consider inquiring through them. Good luck!
Now, before you get that loan, make sure you are determined to pay it off, so you can completely say your business is your own. My last payment for my credit is this July and I cannot wait! I want to start saving money for my next investment.