Best Ways to Fund Small Business

| December 12, 2018

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Small businesses may need extra funds for various reasons. When a market is growing, the company will be in need of additional money.Clients could be late on paying the invoice, or some clients may cancel collaboration with your business. Small business needs steady cash-flow to get ahead of the competition and grow on the expected rate. Small business financing is not a difficult task, but it includes lots of tools. Today we would love to compare different financial tools. After a market crash in 2008, getting traditional bank loans became very hard. That’s a complicated process, especially for small businesses. Most of the small business has no huge credit history with financial institutions so that they will end up with a declined request.

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Seabury Capital Group LLC (“Seabury Capital”) operates a number of specialty finance, investment banking, technology and software companies with a core focus anchored in aviation, aerospace & defense, maritime, and financial services & technology. Since its founding in 1995, Seabury Capital has taken ownership stakes in software and asset management businesses servicing the aviation and travel industries. Within the last few years, Seabury Capital has expanded its portfolio by investing in early stage startup companies within the financial technology industry and structured investment products.

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