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How to get your business in shape for financing

Is your business ready for financing? 

In our third article produced in partnership with The Globe and Mail, we share advice for entrepreneurs looking to finance their business – a daunting process, especially for first-timers.

As your business grows, there comes a point where bootstrapping isn’t enough. For many business owners, attracting capital to help support your business plan involves wading into unfamiliar territory. There is lots to think about: meetings, financials and your lender’s due diligence process, just to name a few.

In our article, learn why it’s important to:

  • Get your finances and financial statements in order
  • Prepare to defend your growth strategy
  • Adjust your risk tolerance
  • Have an effective marketing or communication plan
  • Lead and strengthen your management team

This article originally appeared in The Globe and Mail in February, 2021. Read the full article here.

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