Deal Capital Re-launches BusinessPlanning.org for Start-up Capital Funding and Planning for Small Business
February 13, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsDeal Capital, a mid-market investment banking firm announces the re-launch of BusinessPlanning.org. The launch comes amid Deal Capital's additional geographic and industry-specific expansion for mergers and acquisitions. As no stranger to investing in start-ups, good ideas and private equity deals, Deal Capital will be heavily-involved in using BusinessPlanning.org as a launch pad for bringing funding to new and long-standing companies.
BusinessPlanning.org was built for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. The entire pain-point solution Deal Capital seeks to alleviate is finding capital through crafting expert business plans to help small business owners open and expand their companies. Both early and late stage businesses are able to tap funds for investment in company expansion.
The company intends to focus directly on early-stage companies seeking capital for expansion. However, because of the unique experience of the founding partners, Deal Capital intends to help nearly any businesses needing capital anywhere along the value-chain. Capital expansion opportunities not only exist with venture capital and private equity groups, but BusinessPlanning.org also intends to take full advantage of other alternative funding sources available to small businesses.
Small business loans (secured and unsecured), individual retirement accounts, angel funding and even crowdfund opportunities all become fodder for discussion when small businesses begin seeking funding to grow and expand their businesses.
BusinessPlanning.org is a site focused on the earliest stages of business development and entrepreneurial finance. The company employs the combined expertise of years of investment banking skill and prowess with a keen eye for start-up risks and rewards. From a financing perspective, BusinessPlanning.org works across a wide-array of financing options, seeking the best mix of debt and equity to help take the business from initial conception to full-growth expansion. For more information, please visit the website: http://businessplanning.org/biz-plans/
About Deal Capital
Deal Capital is a mid-market cap investment bank with offices and partnerships throughout the United States for divesting of business assets of less than $100 million in annual revenue. The company is specifically targeted toward healthcare, technology, logistics, services, real estate and aerospace. The company is based in Seattle, but has offices from Houston to Boston. More information is available at http://www.dealcapital.com/about/