The Money Connection: Where and How to Apply for Business Loans and Venture Capital.
This 120-page, 1992 edition is being offered at a special discount to association members. Arranged in an 8" x 11" soft-cover format, the book offers business financing advice and sources to anyone actively looking for business/venture capital or loans. More than 1,800 nationally recognized loan and venture capital sources are listed including names, addresses, telephone numbers and investment/lending preferences. The guide also provides tips about the financing options available to new and existing businesses that need start-up, operating or expansion capital. Section I of the book explains how to write and present a proposal to prospective investment sources. Suggestions for alternative sources of help as well as a glossary of commonly used financial terminology are also included in this section. Section II lists the more than 1,800 loan and capital sources. The publisher plans to update the book annually to keep the information timely and accurate. This book can be a useful resource to established as well as start-up businesses and their financial consultants in obtaining loans or capital.
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|Publication:||The National Public Accountant|
|Article Type:||Book Review|
|Date:||Nov 1, 1991|
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