If you're ready to take the reins and start your own business or perhaps looking to expand, there's probably a lot you need to do. Whether that's gathering funds to cover expenses or developing an investment strategy on how you plan to grow the company.
Whatever it may be, understanding finance can help you get the right foundations in place.
Having a business on your own doesn’t mean you need to start from scratch. Or if you’ve tried to get support from traditional lenders and been turned away, don’t worry. There are lots of sources of financial support available to kick-start your trade or grow an existing one.
Of course, financing your business's future involves risk and can be complex to navigate, and if you’re wondering where to start, you’re in the right place – we’re here to help.
We can guide you on the finance options that might be a good fit for your venture, to make the process of building a business as simple as possible.
Here are some useful resources to help you secure finance and funding to get your business going.
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Husband and wife team Alex and Lorraine Anyakwo always had a flare for creating new recipes. The popularity of their African-inspired pastes and chili dips spread through word of mouth, and they were soon supplying to an expanding circle of friends. Seeing a gap in the market, Alex decided to turn this labour of love into a business. He turned to our team for support with a business plan and funding proposals to get Africa Al cooking.
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