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Question by habsfan3375: Do I qualify for a small business loan?
I need a relatively small business loan, (40K) to cover intial operating expenses for my seed-stage business.

Here’s what I do have:

Over 10 years hands-on experience in my field, extensive business / marketing “knowledge”, intelligence, passion and enthusiasm, a solid business plan and statistics / research for the past 2 years proving how and why my business will be successful.

However, I lack formal education, management experience and experience running my own business. In addition, I have a horrible credit rating, about 15K in personal debt and no collaterral.

We’ve all heard that investments are made to the people, not the business. On paper, I as a person look like a big risk, but my business is a million dollar idea. (I know that’s what everyone says, but my pro-forma income projections have me generating roughly 5 million dollars profit annually in just 3 years…and those are very feasible estimations) I have done extensive reading and learning about effective business operation and how to be successful, but don’t have a piece of paper from a University or College. (I’ve never let my education interfere with my schooling as Twain said)

I’m quite confident that a bank would laugh me right out of their office, but would a private investor or other organizations be able to “see the forest through the trees” so to speak or would the focus be on my credit, lack of formal education etc.?

The only thing I’m not interested in is any venture capital firms. Sure they would help me now, but in three years they’d be helping themselves to my profits…but any other ideas would be greatly appreciated. I am located in Canada, so anyone with a Canadian perspective or resource would be beneficial, but will take input from anyone in the world that can provide some insight.

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Answer by Karan Bradley
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www.ProfitConvergenceInc.com Uncover these 7 simple guerrilla marketing ideas you can leverage in your business. Use any one of these and begin boosting your bottom line profits. It doesn’t take rocket science to geometrically increase your revenue and profits it only takes action.
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Cha-ching – The Huge Books Of small business marketing Ideas
49 Unique Ideas For Marketing A Small Business On A Budget. Free Samples Provided.
Cha-ching – The Huge Books Of Small Business Marketing Ideas

Internet Marketing Guide For Small Business
Recession Proof Your Business By Learning What You Competition Doesn’t Know About Online Business Development, Web 2.0, And Internet Marketing. Learn How To Succeed Online With Or Without A Budget.
Internet Marketing Guide For Small Business

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Question by Big Brodie: How do you monitor the “Free Market” to contain fraud?
The conservative argument is to dismantle the federal and state governments so that they don’t have to pay taxes or be held accountable for wrongful acts.

Let’s get hypothetical, and give them what they want a pure unregulated free market economic system. No Federal Reserve Bank, no Securities Exchange Commission, no bank examiners, no farm subsidies, no Small Business Administration with government backed grants and loans, no Federal Trade Commission or other government consumer protection agencies.

How do you keep larger corporations from crushing small businesses and family farms? Eventually there would be one super corporation controlling each major industry. More importantly that super corporation may not be an American company. Is it a “free market” when there are only four or five conglomerates that control all commerce?

How do you hold corporations responsible for their employees and the communities where they reside. Should we applaud these companies when they cast aside American workers, including middle and upper level professionals, in favor of foreign workers that are better educated and will work for far less? Remember there’s no government to interfere by created laws forcing them to hire American workers or impose pecuniary penalties to dissuade them from hiring foreign workers.

Consider this, slave labor means more profit so the walls, trenches, and moats on the border with Mexico have to come down.

Here is probably the most important issue what protection would consumers have if corporations or individuals, in a fit of greed, preyed upon those consumers fraudulently or commit environmental damage destroying the health of a community. As in the case of EMRON or the Love Canal in Western, NY. There would be no EPA to champion the cause of those who would be injured by environmental damage.

Another issue is what about indebtedness? Theoretically in a free market goods and services go for a certain price and if the consumer cannot afford it those goods and services will not sell until the price drops to a point where the consumer is willing to buy. Credit allows consumers to purchase goods and services at the inflated prices until the debt is eventually called and when the consumer can’t pay it you have a collapse of the whole house of cards. At that point the consumer can’t purchase at any price until the debt is satisfied.

Given these factors is a pure free market realistic? Intelligent answers instead of rants would be appreciated.

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Answer by Roger M
wow way too long to read

Free markets work. Regulated markets don’t.

You will agree once you grow up and make more than $ 20 an hour.

What do you think? Answer below!

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Question by Big Brodie: How do you monitor the “Free Market” to contain fraud?
The conservative argument is to dismantle the federal and state governments so that they don’t have to pay taxes or be held accountable for wrongful acts.

Let’s get hypothetical, and give them what they want a pure unregulated free market economic system. No Federal Reserve Bank, no Securities Exchange Commission, no bank examiners, no farm subsidies, no Small Business Administration with government backed grants and loans, no Federal Trade Commission or other government consumer protection agencies.

How do you keep larger corporations from crushing small businesses and family farms? Eventually there would be one super corporation controlling each major industry. More importantly that super corporation may not be an American company. Is it a “free market” when there are only four or five conglomerates that control all commerce?

How do you hold corporations responsible for their employees and the communities where they reside. Should we applaud these companies when they cast aside American workers, including middle and upper level professionals, in favor of foreign workers that are better educated and will work for far less? Remember there’s no government to interfere by created laws forcing them to hire American workers or impose pecuniary penalties to dissuade them from hiring foreign workers.

Consider this, slave labor means more profit so the walls, trenches, and moats on the border with Mexico have to come down.

Here is probably the most important issue what protection would consumers have if corporations or individuals, in a fit of greed, preyed upon those consumers fraudulently or commit environmental damage destroying the health of a community. As in the case of EMRON or the Love Canal in Western, NY. There would be no EPA to champion the cause of those who would be injured by environmental damage.

Another issue is what about indebtedness? Theoretically in a free market goods and services go for a certain price and if the consumer cannot afford it those goods and services will not sell until the price drops to a point where the consumer is willing to buy. Credit allows consumers to purchase goods and services at the inflated prices until the debt is eventually called and when the consumer can’t pay it you have a collapse of the whole house of cards. At that point the consumer can’t purchase at any price until the debt is satisfied.

Given these factors is a pure free market realistic? Intelligent answers instead of rants would be appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by Roger M
wow way too long to read

Free markets work. Regulated markets don’t.

You will agree once you grow up and make more than $ 20 an hour.

Add your own answer in the comments!

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A few small business marketing products I can recommend:

Cha-Ching – The Huge Books of small business marketing Ideas
49 Unique Ideas for marketing a small business on a budget. Free samples provided.
Cha-Ching – The Huge Books of Small Business Marketing Ideas

Small businesses guide to social media marketing & social networking
A step by step guide to social media marketing for non technical business people. Written in plain English by accomplished Internet entrepreneurs. Explains how savvy small businesses are using social networking Today to drive more and better online sales
Small businesses guide to social media marketing & social networking

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The Top Seven Proven small business marketing Tips to Grow Your Small Business

Copyright (c) 2008 Paul Flood Marketing, LLC

These Powerful small business marketing Tips Are Guaranteed to Dramatically Increase Your Sales!

If you are like many entrepreneurs, you are looking for small business marketing tips that not only work, but work consistently. If you’re ready to take the your small business to the next level, you need to look at marketing differently.

This may seem obvious but, over 97% of the time, your small business marketing should have one of two goals: 1. Result in a sale. 2. Result in a lead or prospect.

The other 3% of the cases include your community service marketing like memberships in Rotary, Kiwanis

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www.ProfitConvergenceInc.com Uncover these 7 simple guerrilla marketing ideas you can leverage in your business. Use any one of these and begin boosting your bottom line profits. It doesn’t take rocket science to geometrically increase your revenue and profits it only takes action.

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10stepmarketing Introduces Marketing Membership Club to Provide Small Business Owners with Monthly Marketing How-to Teleseminars, Videos and Support










San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2007

10stepmarketing, a small business marketing coaching firm has announced a new small business marketing support program called the Step of the Month Club. The monthly membership club is designed to provide entrepreneurs and small business owners with step-by-step, how-to small business marketing instruction on a new marketing topic every month.

Topics covered will include online and offline marketing activities such as “how to create a client attraction website,” “how to publish an ezine” and “determining a marketing message that sells,” among others. Members will have the opportunity to vote on the small business marketing topics to be covered each month.

For a monthly membership fee of $ 24.95 club members have access to monthly small business marketing how-to teleseminars, question-and-answer teleconference calls, small business marketing how-to videos and a private members-only website with a discussion area and additional support materials and information. All new members receive one free month of membership to celebrate the introduction of the club. Registrations are now being accepted online at http://www.StepOfTheMonth.com

According to 10stepmarketing founder and president Debbie LaChusa who has 21 years of marketing experience and has been training solo-professionals and small business owners in small business marketing techniques for the past five years, her clients have expressed a need for cost-effective ongoing marketing support and assistance.

“Most solo-professionals and small business owners don’t have formal marketing training. They can’t afford to hire a marketing consultant or agency, yet their livelihood relies on being able to market effectively. My goal with this program is to provide ongoing small business marketing how-to training and support at a cost-effective price to support these small business owners,” explained LaChusa.

LaChusa also noted that clients purchasing her flagship product, The 10stepmarketing System, will receive one month of free membership in the Step of the Month Club as an added bonus. To learn more about The 10stepmarketing System, visit http://www.10stepmarketingSystem.com

10stepmarketing was founded in 2004 by marketing veteran and entrepreneur Debbie LaChusa. The company’s flagship product, The 10stepmarketing System has been awarded an APEX Award for Publication Excellence in the How-to Writing category for the past two years. LaChusa has worked in the marketing field for over 21 years, including running her own small business marketing consulting firm, DLC Marketing, Inc. for the past nine years. Through 10stepmarketing, LaChusa also offers a free small business marketing e-newsletter and podcast, and small business marketing instructional CDs, teleclasses and coaching. For more information, visit the company website at http://www.10stepmarketing.com or the company blog at http://www.10stepmarketingConnection.com

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