FundMyBiz Provides Cloud Business Plans for Crowdfunders.

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FundMyBiz Provides Cloud Business Plans for Crowdfunders.

Entrepreneurs, startups or currently existing business that wish to raise a funding round through the use of crowdfunding, angel investment, bank finance, venture capital, grant or any other possible sources, can significantly increase their chances of raising their capital by using the FMB Cloud-based Business Planning & Financial Forecasting Tools.

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The FMB tools have been created by using a methodology that has raised millions of cash in funding over the past years. The FMB tolls are available through the usage of ‘Software-as-a-service (SaaS) so that the business plan and financial forecast be accessed and worked from from any place by utilizing web browser enabled device through a simple monthly subscription account.

Three ‘Editions’ of the tools are currently available with each edition focused on helping out on specific types of businesses and entrepreneurs to raise their funding round. The FMB Tools can be used by startups, micro businesses, sole traders, early stage or corporate businesses, university spin outs, social enterprises, SMEs and even non-profit organizations, while making the business planning process be as simple as possible.

Organizing.

Using the FMB Tools may also help to provide the supporting documentation needed to open a business bank account, apply for place on a business growth programme or make an application for a place in a business incubation unit. Subscription costs start at just £10 per month . For those who are interesting in using this amazing service simply follow the provided link to get started.

Starting a Crowd Funding project at Patronomy.com is simple and the business plan that is generated from Fund My Business can be inserted or referenced from the project page for backers to see.

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