How to Find Money Online: An Internet-based Capital Guide for Entrepreneurs

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
Annotation Entrepreneurs need capital to finance their businesses and make strategic moves into new markets. But traditional capital sources, such as local banks, often practice outdated lending criteria that can put the brakes on exciting business opportunities. Thanks to the Internet, companies both large and small now have a whole new source of financial alternatives. How to Find Money Online saves the entrepreneur hours of web research by listing hundreds of online sites for the entire range of business financing, from venture capital to credit lines. Each entry features contact information, fees, application requirements, and a site rating system. How to Find Money Online also helps entrepreneurs analyze the best sites for their unique needs. This time-saving guide includes representative costs and lending requirements that compare and contrast various capital alternatives.

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