Free Capital Acquisition Plan

 

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we are pleased to conduct a free, grant-funded Capital Acquisition Plan (CAP) for qualified entrepreneurs.  The CAP is a personalized plan to acquire the capital needed to fund the start-up or growth of a small business regardless of industry, location, or time in business.  All entrepreneurs who participate in the CAP are guaranteed a minimum of $100,000 to start or grow a business.

 

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), there are over 28,000,000 small businesses nationally and the the number one concern of most entrepreneurs is accessing the funding needed to start and grow.   The CAP provides a roadmap to follow based upon the specific and unique factors of the business and owner(s).  

 

The CAP became available as a result of the Business Consultant Literacy Initiative (BCLI) becoming part of the Money Smart Alliance which was developed by the FDIC.  In addition the the CAP, BCLI teaches a curriculum to entrepreneurs nationally encompassing fourteen different topics.

 

The CAP is conducted by one of Business Credit Literacy Initiative's Business Advisors.  BCLI's staff of qualified Business Advisors have either a law degree or a MBA with a minimum of ten years experience as the CEO, CFO, or General Counsel of an entrepreneurial enterprise.  

 

In our inaugral year (2016), our team assisted 167 small businesses and recognized a 100% success rate of capital acquisition after following a detailed roadmap and reaching a targeted level of "capital readiness".   The funding vehicles used and included in the free, grant-funded Capital Acquisition Plan may include:

  • Small Business Administration (SBA) loans
  • Credit (business, personal, or hybrid)
  • Angel Investors
  • Crowdfunding
  • Equipment Financing
  • Factoring Accounts Receivable 
  • Hedge Funds
  • Initial Public Offering (IPO)
  • Lines of Credit
  • Over-The-Counter
  • Pink Sheets
  • Private Equity through Accredited Investors
  • Private Equity
  • Private Placement Memorandum
  • Private Securities
  • Registered Securities
  • Regulation A+ (also known as Title IV of the JOBS Act)
  • Regulation D
  • Rule 504 of Regulation D
  • Rule 505 of Regulation D
  • Rule 506 of Regulation D
  • Rule 506(b) of Regulation D
  • Rule 506(c) of Regulation D
  • Rule 144
  • Venture Capital

Any entrepreneur who needs capital for their existing or prospective business but is uncertain of how to obtain it should apply for consideration.  Please provide us a bit of information by filling out the application at the bottom of this page so we can follow up with you and determine if you qualify for the free Capital Acquistion Plan and, if so, begin the process.

 

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