For businesses about to launch, or in their first two years of trading, start-up business loans could provide vital funding for those early stages.
The Start-Up Loan Scheme is a government initiative which provides Subsidised business finance to entrepreneurs and new businesses. Naturally, there are criteria which need to be met, including having a clear idea of how the money will be spent and the expected return on investment. RedSky can help you prepare your business plan and cash flow forecasting to give you the best
chance of success.
Start-up Business Loans
RedSky advisers are experienced in helping new and start-up businesses to access funding. We help business owners and entrepreneurs to demonstrate how they meet the criteria and create a realistic plan for the way in which the money will be used, and how it will create profit in the future.
At the point when you are launching a business, or in the early stages of trading, your attention is pulled in all directions and it can be hard to find the time to research and apply for the right funding. Our advisers will guide you through the process and ensure your application meets the criteria for funding, saving you time and energy in the long run.
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Funding for new business
RedSky works across all sectors, both business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C), and at every stage from pre-start to already trading. We support businesses with growth, whether that is establishing themselves from the outset, employing staff, purchasing assets, or commercial property investment. We frequently work with businesses which have had bank funding declined. There are often numerous additional sources of funding to be explored, helping businesses to achieve their aims for growth.