Financing of a start-up company
You need start-up investments and working capital at the start-up phase. If you draw up a cash flow statement you can calculate how much money your company need at the start-up phase. You can finance the start-up investments and working capital with either equity capital or liabilities, or both.
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Financing to a company during the start-up phase
The start-up phase of a company involves investments, fixed costs and many kinds of other costs. You can make use of equity capital, liabilities or both to cover these costs.
Financial and profitability calculations
Use a cash flow statement to evaluate your start-up company’s need for start-up capital and a profitability calculation to assess its profitability. Include these calculations in your company’s business plan.