Start Up Loans
Government backed scheme for people looking to start a business in England & Scotland
1. Have an idea:
Do you have a really good idea or a passion that can become a business? Do you want to be your own boss? Be in charge of where the business grows? Do you need some help to get this going? Then contact us on:
2. Make a plan
All good businesses start with a plan, this show helps to show you and to others what your business is about and how you will get from an idea to a successful business . ibd business advisers can help you with this and provide you with all the Start up loan documentation to help you create your plan.
3. Present your plan
With the business idea mapped out, your business plan can now considered for funding. You will want your business to have every chance of success so the main things funders will be will be looking for is confidence that your business plan makes sense and that your numbers stack up. Your ibd adviser will make sure the numbers do add up and your plan meet the right criteria.
4. Get going
When your plan gets the green light, you’re on your way to building your business. With the money in your own account, it’s time to put your plan into action and make things happen. In addition, you’ll then be able to access exclusive offers from Start Up Loans Global Partners including virtual office service, free accounting software and reduced fees with eBay and PayPal!
5. Meet your mentor
Every business that gets funded by Start-Up Loans gets assigned to a mentor who is on hand to help you succeed. You will have a lot of questions to answer and decisions to make – our mentors will be able to give you advice and guidance on what’s best for you and your business.
Start Up Loans is a government backed scheme
Providing loans and mentoring to individuals in the UK with a viable business idea but no access to finance. Loans of up to £25,000 are available for people aged 18 or over, living in England and Scotland.