New Businesses Financial Assistance
New businesses infuse life into the neighborhood especially areas being revitalized. Whether your business is a brick and mortar establishment or mobile, support by the local community is vital if these and existing businesses are to thrive. From Memphis to Knoxville and east to Johnson City and beyond, the state of Tennessee is seeing an influx of new businesses. As a new business grows, it needs to establish a solid foundation and build on that through it’s business cycles. How can you build a solid foundation?
Is there assistance out there for new and existing businesses?
Yes. There is!
Building a Strong Foundation
Les McKeown in his book “Predictable Success”, explains that a company will go through seven stages during it’s lifetime. When a business starts out it will find itself in the first stage that of early struggle. A company’s singular focus in this stage is to get orders. This means finding it’s customer base and begin generating revenue. Once this first hurdle has been cleared, and it is generating revenue, the focus can be widened to begin building a strong foundation. Ultimately you want to become bankable, reaching the stage of predictable success and staying there. The solid foundation consists of four pillars…
Access Capital Now. We can find a way.
“Money makes the world go ’round.” As a new business owner you already know the challenges of finding funding. Here we will discuss some of the types of financing available to newer businesses to help overcome immediate capital and liquidity issues.GET STARTED
Build a SOLID financial foundation
Before a company can qualify for financing it must be ready to apply. Being “lender compliant” and having a strong, business credit score are vital. Learn the 8 ways you can build a bankable business.GET STARTED
Grab Your Market Share
An online presence is more important than ever before. 97% of all consumers locate local businesses on the web. Discover ways to shape your market share by monitoring your digital growth all under one roof.GET STARTED
Take Back Time
These 10 areas of business operations require due diligence. Increase control over your business with solutions and software designed to grow with you. Streamline key processes, gain greater insight into your business and make decisions based on real-time information.GET STARTED