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Financing problems of small growth companies a review of the problems encountered by small companies seeking growth,in particular, the information and sources of finance, taking as the main starting point the Bolton Report (1971). by Barry D. Smith

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Published by The author in Bradford .
Written in English

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M.B.A. dissertation.

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Number of Pages96
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Open LibraryOL20304236M

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  " The Handbook of Financing Growth, Second Edition remains the most important book on financing to be published in far more than a decade. If there is a way to do a business finance deal, it is covered in this book. Not only does the book explain how to do most all types of financing, it tells you why some companies succeed while others s:   George S. Clason's faux-biblical parables about acquiring wealth have inspired investors since the s. Like most of the personal finance books that followed, The Richest Man In Babylon. But the old bromide that you do not use short-term debt to finance fixed assets is nonsense in small, privately held companies. In a growth spurt, these organizations get capital any way they can. Here are five common financial problems faced by growing small businesses (and how to solve them): Challenge #1: Growth Costs Cash. The first finance hurdle that every small business will face during its growth process is this: growth costs cash. There’s just no way around it. If you want to grow, you have to invest in that growth.