Financing is the driving force behind every business entity. Sources of capital are the most explorable area especially for the entrepreneurs who are about to start a new business. It is perhaps the toughest part of all the efforts. Corporations often need to raise external funding, or capital funding, to expand their businesses into new markets or locations to invest in research & development or to fend off the competition. The abundance of funding options makes it easier for business owners to select the type of financing that best suits their companies’ needs.
The ﬁnancial needs of a business will vary according to the type and size of the business. Financing is needed to start a business and ramp it up to proﬁtability. There are several sources to consider when looking for start-up ﬁnancing. But ﬁrst you need to consider how much money you need and when you will need it.
Debt and equity are the two major sources of ﬁnancing. There are many other sources of finance for any business entity, eg. Bond, debentures, retained earnings, term loans, working capital loans, letter of credit, euro issue, venture funding etc. These sources of funds are used in different situations. They are classified based on time period, ownership and control and their source of generation. It is ideal to evaluate each source of capital before opting.
SFCS coupled a good number of professional and technical expertise along with extensive industry knowledge to facilitate to find the appropriate sources of finance based upon business type, size, nature, capacity and many more things.