Startup Business Loans

Money is the lifeblood of any business and no time is it more critical than when you’re just starting your business — but that’s also when it is the most difficult to get. With no business credit built and little (if any) revenue, traditional banks nor the Small Business Administration just don’t want to take the risk with startups. But there are other options — like Seek Capital. At Seek Capital, we specialize in helping early-stage businesses get business funding for startups

We know starting a business is hard so we don’t want to make looking for capital any harder. To help, we’ve compiled a ton of resources just for startup business owners like you looking for business loans. It’s key you understand everything from APR to interest, repayment terms and more.

Can’t Get a Business PPP Loan or Bank Loan? Here Are 4 Alternative Options

One of the biggest challenges facing startups is getting a business bank loan, especially if you have a low credit score or little credit history. Unless you have a cosigner or some kind of collateral, your loan application will likely... Read More

How to Decide Which Startup Business Funding Option Is Right for You

Startups have more funding options than ever — which can mean more ways to stress over which option is the best fit. Beyond the usual things you need to consider when scouting startup business funding — how much money you... Read More

Why Your Business Needs Financing to Succeed

Running a business requires a lot of money — that much is obvious. But where does that money come from? While some business owners can fund their business using their savings, that's not realistic for many people. Financing your startup... Read More

SBA Startup Loans Explained

The U.S. Small Business Administration is one avenue you might take if you're trying to find ways to fund a startup or new business. The administration itself doesn't make loans, but it does partner with lenders to pave the way... Read More

Best Startup Loans of 2020 - Get Between $5,000 and $500,000

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How to Fund Your Startup With a 401(k) Rollover

After years of toiling for someone else's profit, you might decide to launch your own startup business. And while bootstrapping is certainly an option, even a lean startup needs some capital and has expenses in the first year that may... Read More

How to Fund Your Startup Business Using Crowdfunding

In the gig economy, you can crowdsource almost anything. From formal crowdsourcing, which often involves droves of freelancers doing data, writing or design work, to informal crowdsourcing, which might involve someone asking for recommendations or information on Facebook, millions of... Read More

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