Discussion thread on company cash flow | BUSI 530 – Managerial Finance | Liberty University
When it comes to obtaining funds for a company to stay afloat, there are various approaches one could take such as: securing debt/equity financing from banks or venture capitalists etc., seeking out investments from family & friends, applying for grants/loans from government agencies etc..
When choosing which route is best though – factors like the amount of capital needed and the timeline for repayment should be taken into consideration. If a lot of capital is needed quickly, debt financing could be more appropriate. However, equity investments might work well if the amount required and repayment terms can be negotiated are longer.
Crowdfunding campaigns are another option worth exploring (e.g. You can also leverage your existing assets, such as securities and tradeable securities to make financial bridges without taking too much risk.
Overall then it is evident that each approach has its own unique pros & cons attached – meaning careful thought & preparation will need to go into selecting the right option going forward.