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Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is the process of raising money - "funds" - directly from "the crowd". Typically, a large number of people each contribute a small sum of money. Here's the practical process: If you have a company with at least three years' filed accounts, a good track record of profitability (and the company needs to currently be in profit) you can apply for a loan through us.


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