Finding Funding for your Business

2010 | Jan 5 in Podcast , Guest Contributor , Business Development , Home Page News , Money

By Karin Iwata, E-Myth Expert

podcastThis week's podcast is about a topic that is top-of-mind for a lot of business owners right now: funding. What kind of business funding is available to small business, how you go about getting it, and what's different about securing funding now during these challenging economic times.

E-Myth Seminar Leader and Keynote Speaker Karin Iwata interviews Paul Bozzo, of 10X Consulting Group which specializes in helping companies who are seeking private equity or debt financing.

Whether it’s for start up capital, expansion needs, or working capital, chances are good that if you’re a business owner (or plan to be one) you have looked for financing.

This podcast will help you better understand the financing options available to you and give you some of the smart strategies you can use right now.

Podcast: Finding Funding for your Business

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  1. .Suzanne O. says:

    This was very helpful.  I am in the process of re-writing my business plan because I am in a growth stage and am in need of financing.  This podcast made it very clear what my next step should be.  Thanks, I only wish I had heard this a few months ago when my cash flow was much better!

    Submitted Jan 6, 2010 11:06 AM

  2. .Akharoh O. says:

    Thanks for this informative podcast. I am planning to set up an IT training centre here in Nigeria, with this interview and the other e-myth series I have. read , I hope to give my business a good start. Thanks again

    Submitted Jan 6, 2010 11:27 AM

  3. .chris n. says:

    greate stuff

    has anyone heard about  "the  engagement factor"  by bob proctor (from the secret .tv)

    apparantly theres gonna be a big  product and this time around it might be free or sell for $6947.

    watch out

    Submitted Jan 7, 2010 3:57 PM

  4. .Chris G. says:

    Thank you E-Myth Team. I am developing my business plan, which I have been forced to rethink as I have done more research into the niche I am targetting. My thinking was too diverse, which is good at first.....

    Submitted Jan 8, 2010 12:21 AM

  5. .william g. says:

    I find the information from E-MYTH helpfull. once you're pointed in the right direction and get to the right person what do you do when they don't follow thru to get you to the next step? THANK YOU

    Submitted Jan 8, 2010 5:50 AM

  6. .Pedro G. says:

    The whole e-myth, has changed my life and the lifes of my family. i use the e-myth as a elementary level teacher and in my personal business. and now i am in the process of starting a private chater school in Reading Pa.

    Submitted Jan 9, 2010 8:01 AM

  7. .Kimberly C. says:

    Clear, concise and thoughtful . As a newbee to the business world, and just beginning to research ways to raise startup capital, I found this info very helpful .Thank you Karin and Paul .

    Submitted Jan 12, 2010 11:24 PM

  8. .Iyabo A. says:

    Have read most of the E-myth books and my ideas of starting my caegiving business has changed.Am now refocused to start it as i plan to attend the seminar in march 2010 .THANK YOU E-MYTH

    Submitted Jan 14, 2010 9:25 AM

  9. .ovie o. says:


    Submitted Jan 27, 2010 2:27 PM

  10. .Leah D. says:

    Funding is scarce so forget resources and be resourceful - it doesn't cost anything except faith and belief in yourself and your business.  ASK for help from every angle. Leave no stone unturned.  Barter, beg with a smile but don't borrow.

    When you see the word, :"HELP" offered that's your cue to take the help being offered.  Call them all on what they preach and make them all practice for YOU...because you ASKED.

     The worst is you'll get told some excuse you can remember later...you won't get shot so relax and ASK.

    Submitted Feb 17, 2010 7:40 AM

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