There seems to be some good news in the economy these days, but we are far from anything like a real recovery as of yet. And there are still dark clouds on the horizon that need to be handled before they hit. But first, a look at some of the bright spots and what they can mean to business owners.
This is an optimistic post on CraigGFrancis.com. It still will take the creativity of the entrepreneur to use the opportunities available to them and realize that there is financing that is slowly but surely going out there.
The challenge in general for the Entrepreneur is that the SBA is generally not for the start-up company. It's for companies or individuals with established cash flow, credit and equity.
While the seed-capital entrepreneurs may dismiss the SBA it doesn't mean that at some point in the 3-5 years of development they strategize the use of an SBA Loan.
Or they figure out a partnership and/or structure that allows for some creativity
Anyone who has help fund a company knows that creativity is part of the game.