Get That Business Loan: Convince Your Banker to Say Yes
The author discusses major types of loan officers and suggestions for working with each; questions that may be asked on the first interview; different sources of funding; "hired guns"; and more.
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Chapter One The Boy Scout Motto
Chapter Two The Rogues Gallery
Chapter Three Prospecting for Gold
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