Existing Businesses Using Private Placements to Raise Money


Given the economy, even business that have been operating for many years find it hard to get loans from financial institutions.

There is another option: Raising money from customers, vendors, other businesses with an interest in your continued operations, or even the public. This can be in the form of loans, equity or loans convertible to equity. If equity, the company raising the money can retain buyback options at set prices or by formula.

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