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    5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 2, 2008 3:29 PM by Chris_Black

    Seeking Business Capital for salon

    woof13 Newbie
      Successful dog grooming salon seeks capital to continue education of staff and expand a retail area. As the owner I am happy to see the salon cover all of its operating and advertising and staffing expenses within just the first year of operation but we do need to stretch our arms a bit and need capital to grow. What are my options to secure a modest amount of funds for this purpose?
        • Re: Seeking Business Capital for salon
          MerchantClub Newbie

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          • Re: Seeking Business Capital for salon
            LUCKIEST Guide
            Seeking Business Capital for salon, Welcome

            Tell me more. How long have you been in business??

            Where are you?? Do you have an Accountant??

            How much Capital>> and for How long??

            Have you prepared a Business and Marketing Plan that i can Read??

            • Re: Seeking Business Capital for salon
              Fortis Adventurer
              Hello woof13,

              Hope the day is well. Congrats, it sounds like you have a good business going on there. Having financed many businesses like yours I believe you have several options.

              Have you considered an SBA loan or working capital line of credit? Does the company need money for equipment purchases such as vehicles, machines, tools, furniture, computers, etc...?

              There may be a few more products but like I said those are the most common options. Look into them and see if they could be helpful. Let me know if you have anymore questions.

              Good luck!
              • Re: Seeking Business Capital for salon
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                • Re: Seeking Business Capital for salon
                  Chris_Black Newbie


                  A Merchant Advance would be one of the options for you. It would be the easiest for you to qualify for, since it is not based upon credit or length of time in business. It is a simple process, 98% of businesses are qualified, and you will have your cash flow in as little as 7 business days. The advance would be based upon your credit card sales over the past four months, past year if your seasonal. Our advance works a lot like all the other advance companies out there, but we have over 12 lenders who compete for your business. There is more information on our website: If you have any questions feel free to email me:, or call me: (866) 942-9199 ext.223

                  Chris Black
                  Making Obstacles Manageable, Inc.