Starter Finance

  • Venture Capital Introductions
  • Bank Finance
  • Cashflow forecasts
  • Contingency plans
  • Overdraft negotiations
  • Short term/Long term

MAKE SURE YOU START WITH THE RIGHT AMOUNT – NOTHING MORE, NOTHING LESS

For a small business seeking funding to grow, choosing a finance option may seem as complicated as obtaining the funding itself. The best way to ensure you’re getting the right type of funding is to be fully informed of different types of finance as well as the status of your business before making any major decisions.

we are less worried about how much you borrow than how much you DON'T borrow

Undercapitalisation can be as damaging as spending too much money. There is little worse than not starting with enough funding. What happens if you tie all your cash up in stock and leave nothing for your marketing costs? It is likely you will sit there with stock unable to be sold. This is one of many issues with finding the correct funding at the beginning of a venture.

When it comes to securing funding, planning and preparation are key. Through its Find Finance section, Casson Beckman features resources that can help you with the questions to ask yourself to plan, prepare, and apply for the funding you need to grow. There are also steps on how to create a business plan, which is a key aspect of a successful financial application.