Arizona Prosperity Initiative Workshops

Arizona Prosperity Initiative Workshops

Stop struggling! Free mentoring. Arizona Prosperity Initiative is providing a 7 week workshop to instruct, guide and mentor small businesses for growth. Experts will discuss the 7 barriers to success in business: Week 1: Unique Selling Proposition: How to outsell your competitors? Week 2: Execution: What Action Steps To Take To Grow Your Business? Week 3: Storytelling: Who and Where Are Your Ideal Customers? Week 4: Business Finances: How to Manage Them? Week 5: Budgeting: Good Budgets = Achieved Goals! Week 6: Small Business Loan: How to get the money? Week 7: Exit Strategy: How to leave your business well off?   RESERVE NOW! IT’S FREE   Sign up, space is limited to 15 participants for maximum impact. October 4, 2016 – November 15, 2016   Modeled after Altima Business Solutions’ successful and proven model that leads businesses to grow exponentially. The Arizona Prosperity Initiative is a series of complimentary hands-on workshops designed to help small business owners grow, expand and enjoy a better lifestyle. During these 7 in-person workshops, entrepreneurs will be given the tools and solutions they need to solve the challenges they are faced with today for immediate results. There are two tracks to the Arizona Prosperity Initiative: Track 1: You want to attend one or multiple workshops. Simply select the topic of interest and sign up for the corresponding workshop. Track 2: You want to make a difference in your business today by leveraging the experts’ mentorship. You commit to attend all the workshops. Each week you will solve one of your business challenges. The Subject Matter Experts will critique your solution and provide you...

Funding Broker Vs. Direct Lender

There will come a time when you will seek capital to help grow your business! It is important to understand that you have options, choices and you decide what, how, when, who, where you receive the capital from. Options mean what types of capital available to you. Choices refers to programs, what type of capital you want, how refers to amount of capital you need, when refers to when you would like to receive the capital, who refers to which company you want to do business with and where refers to lenders location, ability to service, etc. In understanding this we have assembled an overview chart of broker vs. direct lender to educate you so the best decision can be reached. Here is why you should consider each: Options: Brokers will have multiple lenders for multiple loan products. Multiple lenders means better bargaining position regarding rates, terms and fees. Direct Lenders will only have access to their loan programs.  As brokers Altima is consistently able to achieve better terms, rates, etc. for our clients by negotiating one lender against another. Timeliness: A brokers ability to quickly place an applicant with the correct lending source based on lenders criteria means quicker funding. Direct Lenders have to lump everyone into their specific guidelines and if you don’t fit, they cannot provide you with the necessary funds, meaning wasted time. Every lender has a different risk tolerance and appetite. I.e. Construction Vs. Retail, 800 Fico Vs. 520, etc. It’s important to know this for effective and time efficient outcomes. We research lenders loan programs to ensure borrower meets their guidelines for faster...