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I am looking for a way to raise working capital for a small but growing company.

I am looking to raise about $100,000 - $200,000 as working capital for a small manufacturing company. The company needs the capital to grow its manufacturing, marketing and sales capabilities. Growth has been at 20% per month and has outgrown its current capabilities. Just need ideas of where to go to look for this kind of capital since its not asset backed.

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hi john. i have some ideas for you. you can e-mail me @
steve moore

Sep 29, 2009
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
Marion County, OR

John, we just were sent to Diamond Financial Services, check their web site and maybe they can help. I haven't heard the final decision yet but our consultant says they have had good luck. Be ready to pay some up front money out of the loan, they don't work for nothing, but if you can stay in business and still be financially successful, it may be worth while. Good Luck, Jon at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening

Sep 28, 2009
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Hi John,
If this product is a consumer product, we may be able to help with sales and marketing.

Sep 25, 2009
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Phoenix Management Systems
Oakland County, MI

If you are still looking for funding, I may have some options to secure the funds. Please contact me at and we can discuss this in more detail.

Sep 25, 2009
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Offer our product with your loan package to your banker.

Aug 12, 2009

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