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Raising Finance


What type of finance is suitable for you?

The business finance market is continually changing and evolving. Increasing numbers of providers are offering varied and diverse funding options to their customers, but how do you know who to contact? At businessagent.com we can put you in touch with numerous platforms through our partner network. All you need to do is to follow the simple steps below to get started.

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Choose whether you require a loan or equity investment.

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Submit your information and a business agent will review your enquiry.

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We will come straight back to you with feedback from our partners.

The information you provide will be kept confidential and only shared with our partner network.

This is a free service for entrepreneurs. businessagent.com may earn commission from the loan providers.

some of our partners

  • Liberis
  • Angels Den
  • Zopa
  • Funding Circle
  • Funding Knight
  • Growth Street
  • Platform Black
  • MoneyThing
  • Saving Stream
  • CoFunder
  • Market Invoice
  • GamCrowd
  • Crowd For Angels
  • PropertySeed
  • The House Crowd
  • Squareknot
  • LendingCrowd
  • CrowdLords
  • Funding 365
  • Freedman & Partners
  • Iwoca
  • Everline
  • Property Crowd
  • Fireflock
  • VentureFounders
  • Mint Bridging
  • Fleximise
  • Capify
  • YesGrowth
  • Just Cashflow
  • Portman Finance
  • Amplifi Capital
  • HNW Lending

Borrow (loan/debt)

  • Raise finance in the form of a loan from the crowd
  • Most suitable for established companies with a good track record
  • Loans/finance available from £2,500 - £8,000,000
go!

Get investment (equity)

  • Sell shares in your company to raise finance
  • Suitable for all levels of business from start-up to high-end
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  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

As seen in:

  • The Guardian
  • Financial Times
  • Yahoo! Finance
  • The Times
  • The Daily Telegraph