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I have over 20 years’ experience working with finance solutions through the SBA financing arena. My primary focus is Craft Beverage Lending on a nationwide platform. Dogwood State Bank is a preferred lender with the SBA and offers financing options to businesses with loan sizes usually ranging from $350,000 to $5,000,000. You can email me at email@example.com and we can set up a call to discuss your project. Cheers! Scott Birkner| SBA Business Lending Specialist Dogwood State Bank Small Business Lending Cell: 704.564.5940 10130 Mallard Creek Rd., Bldg 2, Suite 232 | Charlotte, NC 28262 linkedin.com/in/sbirkner
Hi all, I've reached out to a bunch of financing companies at this point now and haven't had much luck in getting the loan support I need to get my business up and running. I have talked to GE Capital, Brewery Finance, and a few local banks, but they all require that I have been in business for at least a year in order to be willing to provide a loan. Do any of you have experience in working with lenders in the early stages of your business and can you offer any advice? I've already gone to friends and family and am looking for loans to cover the rest of my start-up needs. Thanks!
A client of mine sent me this article today from yesterday's NY Times. I'm often asked about options for raising capital for breweries/distilleries so I thought I would pass it along to the group. It is a short article about direct to the public offerrings and an easy read. Could be a consideration for breweries or distilleries looking for $1 - $5 million in capital. Not a simple process but far less complicated/costly than an IPO and could allow companies to reach beyond angels, 'friends & family', and wealthy private placement type individuals. Here is the link: http://www.nytimes.c....=smallbusiness Best, Rich LINDSAY CPA LLC http://lindsayllc.com