A business plan is only as good as its financials. But, what numbers does a start-up business vs. an established business need to know to secure a loan? How can a business figure out its initial investments, monthly operating expenses and need for cash flow or investments in growth? Let the UMLF provide you with the guidelines to create believable numbers to include in your business plan for a start-up loan or a loan for growth. Join Karin Palle, Business Strategist Extraordinaire as she walks you through the components of Business Plan Financials.
Instructor: Karin Palle, Business Strategist Extraordinaire
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About the Utah Microloan Fund:
Since 1991, the Utah Microloan Fund (formerly Utah Micro-enterprise Loan Fund) has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs make their dreams come true by providing low-interest small business loans. Our mission is to empower underserved communities throughout Utah by providing business training and funding to entrepreneurs in start-up & existing businesses that do not qualify for traditional funding sources.
We are a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a designation given by the CDFI Fund to specialized organizations that provide financial services in low-income communities and to people who lack access to financing.