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Raising Equity Finance

Generally, a business is started with an initial investment. If you are looking to start a large scale business, you will need a large amount of capital to compete with the others in the same business. But the question is where to get the capital? This is the question that makes investors think before they start an organization. There are various alternate ways to raise funds for a company. But, the best method would be to raise funds through equity finance.

Equity financing is a fund raising method that is used by company owners to supplement their organization’s funds. This involves raising funds by selling shares of their company to interested people. Those who buy shares are provided with a bond stating the ownership of the given number of shares. The fund raised through this method is called as equity funds.

When you calculate your annual profit, you should give a percent of your profit to share holders to show your gratitude. Along with serving the purpose of gratitude, providing dividends to share holders will kindle them to invest more in your company. This will ultimately lead to an increase in the equity funds of your company.

You can depend on equity finance at various stages. When you start a new business, you can ask for your friends and neighbors for equity funds. There is no use in advertising a new business as people will not trust your business. But, when your company is running well and you need additional funds to improve your business, you can depend on others for equity finance.

When you want to raise funds through equity finance, you should first give advertisements in leading newspapers. Prepare a pamphlet containing details about your company’s past performance and the future trend of your company. This will help you when people approach to collect information about your company. Always remember that only if people believe that your company has performed well in the past and will perform well in future, they will buy your shares. It is a common thought that makes everyone think before investing money into something. So, be prepared to impress people.

Through observation, it may seem quite easy to generate equity funds. But in reality, it is very difficult to generate equity funds and if you are an unknown quantity in your business, you might as well opt for any of the other fund raising methods.

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