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New Business Grants

When attempting to start a new a business, chances are that the necessary capital needed will usually not all be provided up front by the new entrepreneur. In such cases, funds will need to be obtained from other sources, which can be private loans and even some may use credit cards.

However, there are government programs that offer new business grants, which are forms of financial aid that do not need to be repaid. The overall logic behind government business start-up grants lies in the overall success of the business. If the business does in fact succeed, the positive effects to the local economy will essentially justify the funds granted to the business or company.


New business grants do not have to necessarily be given by the government, for there are various types of agencies and corporations that will sometimes offer business start-up grants as well. Therefore, it is important for new entrepreneurs to do extensive research regarding new business grants due to the various sources which will have different sets of requirements that are to be met.

Furthermore, it is also necessary to be aware of the different types of grants that exist, whether they are general grants, which are usually unrestricted, or more specific grants. Business start-up grants, for example, will usually only cover the costs that are necessary in order to start and establish a company or business.

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