2.4 Evaluating Sources of Financing
Investment capital is something almost all would-be, and many active, entrepreneurs believe they need. However, there are some very real downsides to investment capital -- and even worse downsides to the belief that investment capital is even necessary.
This publication is a basic roadmap and resource guide for establishing a collaborative marketing group (CMG). Includes case profiles, resource links and guide, business plan outlines, & finance information.
Provides a general overview of security and security agreements, and should give farmers and their advisors a better understanding what they are signing and enable them to reduce the security they give where it is possible and appropriate.
Review of the fundamental models that should be considered when assessing financing options for any farming operation.
Review of foreclosure and termination of real estate security agreements plus resources re: bankruptcy for farmers.
Whether you're just thinking of starting or have been in business for years, these guides address the challenges faced by businesses in all sectors including: retail, wholesale, manufacturing, service and home-based.
Discusses the documents to provide, type of financing, and questions to ask when setting up financing for the business.
This site is the Canadian entrepreneurs' guide to securing risk capital. It is designed to help entrepreneurs to determine if they are ready to meet investors'needs. It comes complete with pratical tools, valuable links and resources.
Learn how, when and where to find capital for business needs including step-by-step instructions.
Key points that were offered as suggestions to farm owners and managers facing financial losses.
Options for agribusiness credit discussed and evaluated.
Learn what venture capital resources are available and how to develop a proposal for obtaining these funds.