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Contreras-Sweet is taking a definitive step toward helping small businesses across the country grow responsibly and with purpose. As a co-founder of a bank servicing small businesses, she knows firsthand how many discussions with business owners seeking financing progress. When small-business owners call my loan-brokerage firm seeking capital, the first thing that we ask is why they need the money. You’d be surprised that most can’t directly answer this question. From our experience, many get in a tough spot financially and think that they need a loan to fix their problems instead of looking at the true root of the problem. A few months ago, I spoke to an owner who was in a cash crisis.
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Apply for a start-up loan in 2 steps! 1. Click the buttons to download and fill out the following documents: We have written a checklist to help you complete your Start Up Loan application: SUL Checklist Cashflow Template: Cash Flow Template When you have all documents, please bring them in to our incubator session run every Tuesday in Guildford (see here for details). If you cant get to our Tuesday incubator session, then book a free advice session below with Trudy to discuss your options. Please be assured that we treat your confidentiality as our highest priority. We are a small team who have all signed a non-disclosure agreement and details of your business plan or ID documents will not be shared with anyone without your permission. 2. You must then book a free 30 minute mentoring session (an informal chat) with our founder Trudy Thompson using the following table: Excellent information and straight to the point. Thuy Pham – attended our ‘A Plan Worth Following’ workshop in Birmingham 10.08.2013 A very unusual method of working a kind of reverse psychology but inspiring belief in oneself. It actually is asking yourself why I wasnt thinking like that before! George Collins – attended our ‘A Plan Worth Following’ workshop in Birmingham 10.08.2013 The workshop was a really good eye opener for me to start up my business as its a new start in my life. Meshach Anderson – attended our ‘A Plan Worth Following’ workshop in Birmingham 10.08.2013 Very well put across in a comfortable & simple way. Special interest in A to Z creative thinking and Taking Tiny Steps. Desmond Johns – attended our ‘A Plan Worth Following’ workshop in Birmingham 10.08.2013 This is very helpful and enjoyable.
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