Working capital options for start-ups

Start-up businesses can often find it difficult to get the working capital they need. Lenders may be reluctant to support a business without a track record; the turnover may be too low; or the business may only have one or two customers. Whatever the reason, this can be very frustrating for the owners.

The good news is there are a variety of flexible funding solutions available for start-up companies.

Talk to the Experts

If you want to know about the potential working capital options available for your start-up or young business, it makes sense to speak to us. Clancy Business Finance have vast experience in helping start-up businesses source working capital facilities. We can discuss your funding requirements and introduce you to appropriate funders who have an appetite to support start-up and young growing companies. We’ll manage your application and provide guidance through the entire process, to ensure you get the best funding deal for your business, with minimum hassle.

PHONE US NOW on 01 438 6462

If you would like to have a confidential chat to discuss your funding options, call us today, or email lucinda@clancybusiness.com, or simply request a callback.

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