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    1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 16, 2015 6:17 PM by Moderator Rebecca

    How to secure a loan for an investment or for a business

    itamtech Adventurer

      Hi i have a company with more than 5 year with annual sales of 1.2 M.

      We are reseller of different brands, but our idea is to be a Distributor.

      This company has a big potential ready to sell millions with a low cost organization but very efficient, making a investment, we can be Distributors and we can sell 10 millions per year and more.. need an efficient way to present a business plan to secure a loan.

        • Re: How to secure a loan for an investment or for a business
          Moderator Rebecca Guide

          Hi, itamtech!  Welcome to our community!   You're on the right track by starting with a good business plan.  You'll want to research the business trends in your field and your area to see what will be the most successful course of action for your dream business.  If you're unsure where to start with writing your business plan, we have a great guide available written by our small business experts  that you will find useful Guide: How to develop a business plan.

           

          Once you've started on that, schedule an appointment with your local SBA (small business association) or S.C.O.R.E chapter.  These are free resources available to help you with your goals.  The SCORE Association, supported by SBA, is a nonprofit association of thousands of volunteer business counselors throughout the U.S. and its territories.  You can find out more information on these resources at The U.S. Small Business Administration | SBA.gov .

           

          In the meantime, be sure to browse the articles and discussions on our site.  You may find some others who have the same types of questions that you do, or helpful tips and tricks to keep in mind while writing your business plan.  Feel free to ask questions along the way to our community!

           

          We look forward to hearing more from you and about you and your distributing business!

           

          Cheers,

          -Rebecca