Equity Funding

Equity funding is another alternative to raising the capital your business may need. Equity funding simply means selling a portion, or percentage of your business to others in exchange for capital. It may require higher repayments than others, but it is one of the oldest and most viable options for capitalizing your business, and may give you greater flexibility with the funds you receive compared to other forms of debt financing. Videos include real life case studies, expert advice, and explanation of the different types of equity funding so you can decide if it may be a good fit for your business.

Angel Investors

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