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    You've heard the complaint before. Entrepreneurs say banks only want to lend money to people who already have a lot of money.

    Now there is an alternative source of startup funding that most entrepreneurs with no credit or bad credit donít know about. Even better, the interest rates charged on these loans are usually much lower than standard credit card rates.

    This is not a fantasy or a hoax, but a part of a world-wide movement that helps empower enterprising individuals to succeed in business.

    The inspired concept of providing credit to startup entrepreneurs who normally would be turned down by commercial banks was advanced by 2006 Nobel Prize for Peace co-winners The Grameen Bank and Muhammad Yunus.

    Today, microlending is a multi-billion dollar industry with active lending operations in Asia, South and Central America, Africa and North America. In the United States, microloan organizations provide loans as small as $500. With successful repayment and business progress, entrepreneurs can continue to borrow up to $35,000, again at favorable interest rates.

    In addition to granting loans, most microlending organizations offer low cost or free business development training courses for prospective or active borrowers. Some larger organizations provide skilled coaches or help connect borrowers to business mentors with expertise in marketing, product development, accounting and sales.

    From my work with microloan organizations, I know that too many loan requests are denied simply because entrepreneurs submit incomplete applications or have not yet thought through the specifics of their startup business.

    Here are some tips to help you speed through the application process.

    No. 1: Start simple. Startup entrepreneurs often take on too many new product or service initiatives all at the same time, which only increases capital demands and business risk. Pick one concept that you can sell quickly and at the highest profit margins. You can expand your offerings with business progress.

    No. 2: Estimate your startup costs. Estimate how much money you will need to set up your operations, solicit first customers, produce your product or service, and process payments from customers. Be practical and detailed.

    No. 3: Define the loan purpose. Make a list of how you will spend the loan proceeds. If you want to purchase equipment with a loan, detail the brand and cost. And yes, you can buy used equipment with loan proceeds.

    No. 4: Prepare a business plan and projections. Not all microloan organizations require a business plan for loan approval; however every organization will ask you to prepare a monthly projection of your first year projected sales, costs and operating profitability. Your local microloan organization will then work with you to help you evaluate if your proposed business can afford to repay the loan.

    No. 5: Know your target customer. There is a difference between a novelty item that briefly captures our attention in a store and something of value that customers are willing to buy. Expect microloan application reviewers to ask you why you think you can sell your product or service to prospective customers and how your companyís pricing compares to competitors. These questions are not designed to intimidate or discourage entrepreneurs but help improve business planning.

    Microloan organizations are excellent financing partners for first-time entrepreneurs who want to learn how to start a business within a supportive and friendly environment. Many cities are home to multiple microlending organizations so it is worthwhile for entrepreneurs to compare the loan support and education programs offered by different programs.

    Hereís one last business tip about microloans. From a tactical standpoint, a microloan is a low-cost and relatively easy way for entrepreneurs to repair a tattered personal credit history. Successful repayment of a small microloan can make it easier for emerging businesses to receive more credit in the future from vendors and large banks. This is how a small startup can accomplish big things in the future.
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  2. Re: Startup Loans for Entrepreneurs With Bad Credit

    Funding is an essential factor to a successful entrepreneur. Those who have gone through difficult financial situations due to loosing their job and as a result have bad credit, can find it really difficult to obtain financing. Now many loan provider companies makes it possible to get loan with bad credit for entrepreneurs.

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    The greatest example of an efficient organization by its immense organizing skills and profitable results is Business Loans which works as a drive for its smooth running and growth.

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    Along the same lines of Micro-Lending two big trends seem to be emerging. The first trend is Peer-to-Peer lending. The second trend is crowdsourcing. Great information Bytrade thanks for the post. What do consider the best Micro-lending resources to check out and utilize?

  5. Re: Startup Loans for Entrepreneurs With Bad Credit

    Loans for just about any purpose can be obtained through Best Leading Lenders. Whether you are looking for a loan for your auto, home, or perhaps, are interested in a personal loan you can get approved for loans very quickly. Loan programs are available nationwide for good, as well as, bad credit; and with our instant loan processing you will get approved for loans in a fraction of the time.

  6. Re: Startup Loans for Entrepreneurs With Bad Credit

    Now it is possible to get loan with bad credit rating. Many loan companies nowadays offer bad credit loan to the people who want immediate financial help. Also you can get instant approval of your loans within 24 hours.

  7. Re: Startup Loans for Entrepreneurs With Bad Credit

    In addition to granting loans, most microlending organizations offer low cost or free business development training courses for prospective or active borrowers. Some larger organizations provide skilled coaches or help connect borrowers to business mentors with expertise in marketing, product development, accounting and sales.

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