Small Business loans from $50,000 - $4 million
How It Works
|---Small Business Borrowers Bill of Rights
|---Small Business Loans for Women
|---Small Business Loans for People of Color
|---Small Business Loans for Veterans
|---Small Business Loans to Start a New Business
|---Small Business Loans to Grow Your Business
|---Small Business Loans to Acquire a Business
|---Small Business Loans to Purchase Equipment
|---Business Loans to Refinance Small Business Debt
|---Small Business Loans to Purchase Real Estate
|---Small Business Loans for Permanent Working Capital
|---|---Writing a Business Plan: From a Lender's Perspective
|---|---Behind the Scenes of Loan Approval
|---|---Your small business financing options
|---|---To Refinance or Not to Refinance?
|---Great Northern Cabinetry
|---MN Star Technologies
|---The Buttered Tin
|---The Dog Stop
How It Works
Small Business Borrowers Bill of Rights
Small Business Loans for Women
Small Business Loans for People of Color
Small Business Loans for Veterans
Small Business Loans to Start a New Business
Small Business Loans to Grow Your Business
Small Business Loans to Acquire a Business
Small Business Loans to Purchase Equipment
Business Loans to Refinance Small Business Debt
Small Business Loans to Purchase Real Estate
Small Business Loans for Permanent Working Capital
Writing a Business Plan: From a Lender's Perspective
Behind the Scenes of Loan Approval
Your small business financing options
To Refinance or Not to Refinance?
Great Northern Cabinetry
MN Star Technologies
The Buttered Tin
The Dog Stop
On Demand Video: Webinar for Writing a Business Plan From a Lender's Perspective
A good business plan is crucial to any business, no matter what stage you are at. If you are applying for financing, a solid roadmap becomes especially important as it is the best way for a lender to get a feel for you and your business.
You will learn:
• what every business plan should include
• how to make your business plan stand out when requesting financing
• where to find information on market analysis, writing financial projections, and more!
Maddie Larson is Connect2Capital’s Customer Success Representative. She is a passionate advocate for small businesses and helping them find the right financing solution. Having reviewed hundreds of applications and business plans, she knows what lenders want to see and what makes a business plan shine.
Jennifer Ericson, Regional Director of Business Development at Community Reinvestment Fund, USA, is dedicated to forging strong relationships with small businesses and the resources who serve them. She brings extensive knowledge of how the lending process works and as well as how small business can best prepare for their financing requests.
Mike Ryan, Director of the Small Business Development Center-University of St. Thomas will be joining Connect2Capital and will be available for questions during the Q&A portion.