Exit and Growth Strategies for Middle Market Businesses

Selling a Business – The Cost of Capital

By Peter Heydenrych | Jul 12, 2011

Whether you’re selling a business, buying a business or growing a business…securing affordable funding is an absolute must.  But, what’s affordable and available to one company may simply not be an option for others…depending on the circumstances.  Our July Middle-Market Pulse took a very quick look at the types of funding available to companies at different stages of development…and the costs associated with each funding type.

Woman with GraphOne thing to keep in mind when considering funding a purchase or planning for corporate growth…if you borrow it…you’re obligated to pay it back…whereas if you seek out investors, repayment need not be part of the game plan.  Please comment on your recent experiences obtaining funding.


Read the July Middle Market Pulse.

Posted by Peter Heydenrych.

4 Responses to “Selling a Business – The Cost of Capital”

  1. Brandi says:

    Ironia hengellisissä yhteyksissä on vaikea laji. Kunnioitettavaa että sellaista edes joku yrittää. Yleensä yrityksille on käynyt köpelösti. Esimerkki: Helsingin seurakuntien mainoskampanja. Ihmiset suuttuivat ja seurakuntien työntekijät saivat kiukkuisia soittoja sesirkuntalaiualta. 900 000 euroa moiseen höpötykseen “Jeesus diggaa sua.” Mainostoimiston pojat yritti selittää, että kyse oli “ironiasta”. Sitä vaan ei tyhmät maksajat ymmärtäneet. V-lestadiolaisuuden sisäpiirin ironialla saattaa olla samanlainen kohtalo. Samanuskoiset sen ymmärtää, mutta muille jää hämäräksi. Ja harva asia on yhtä tylsä kuin selitetty vitsi.”Joukahainen”

  2. You’re probably going to find a way to punch me in the throat through the Internet for saying this, but……this kind of made me cry. Maybe. Just a little. Or maybe my contacts are just giving me hell today. I’ll never tell!!

  3. Because in this day and age, we can’t fly or drive to the nearest beach over the weekends and spend a day or two on a beach? I can understand skepticism of this nature back in the 19th century or in a third world country bordering the Himalayas or the Mongolian desert because the nearest beach is well beyond your affordability or imagination but in the USA? Is it really that hard to believe that someone can actually travel outside of their sate and go to a beach over the weekend? When you nitpick that much about someone’s profile, the problem isn’t them, it’s you.

  4. Yeah, right! The pub owners would have never visited a foreign country, and the pubs there I guess. They just behave in a weird manner.

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