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Posted by on Nov 23, 2012 in Business Plan, Food For Thought | 3 comments

Infographic: Financing Sources vs. Company Growth Stages vs. Type of Financing

Infographic: Financing Sources vs. Company Growth Stages vs. Type of Financing

In a previous post, I talked in length about the financing sources available for startups and small businesses. I discussed the type of financing (debt vs. equity), the typical stages of growth the company goes through (idea, start-up, early-stage, expansion, and maturity), and the options available for financing (founders’ savings, family & friends, loans, credit lines, credit cards, crowdfunding, incubators/accelerators, angel investors, special programs and competitions, and venture capital). I discussed the advantages and disadvantages of each option with a brief summary of when it makes sense.

Here I want to add an infographic that summarizes how the three dimensions work together. So it becomes clearer which financing options fit at which stage and whether the financing will come in the form of equity, debt, or both. Enjoy!

 

Business Funding Sources Infographic (ThinkDoBusiness.com)

An infographic showing the different sources of funding options for a small business, how they match the company stage, and what type of funding they are (debt or equity). Developed by ThinkDoBusiness.com

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