Ok so I have a problem that needs some advice. We currently have a great plan for a start up business, a completed business plan, location (on the busiest street 2 blocks from Indiana University in the downtown area), vendors etc all set for an Eco friendly Irish themed coffee shop. We have spent the past 2 years doing the necessary market research and have a very viable and potentially very profitable business. Our problem is financing. We have hit many a brick wall while trying to acquire the money we need to secure everything. Does anyone know of or had experience with any lenders that are good to work with. Thanks in advance for any and all advice.
John Hartleroad Matthew Williams
Celtic Quest Cafe, where everyone is a little Eco Irish.
#1. "RE: Start up financing" In response to Reply # 0
You don't say how much money your need or what avenues you have already pursued.
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#2. "RE: Start up financing" In response to Reply # 1
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