I am currently enjoying my passion for crafting. It’s my way to get rid of boredom. Recently I added an owl pendant made of clay in my collections. My sister loves it and wore it at work last Friday. To my surprise many noticed it and even asked where she bought it. Of course my sister proudly said that I handcrafted it.
Many suggested that I should go into business. That day also there is an Art Show and Craft Sale in nearby center. If only I have time then I probably attended the event.
I am planning to sell my crafts. But I am considering my capital especially that I need some materials and professional tools to start with it. Currently I don’t have enough budget for it. I am considering borrowing money but I am afraid that I might take unsecured loans. Some says bank or other lenders are often not the best option for small business loans. My colleague suggested to try Canadian Capital Advance.
Canadian Capital Advance offers loans with a dynamic payment schedule based on monthly sales figure unlike to traditional business financing that you have to pay in fixed amount monthly which I believe perfect for small business. To apply for loans there is no need for collateral, liens or co-signers plus no hidden fees. Approvals of loans may take 24 – 48 hours and funding can occur as quickly as week thereafter. It is known with higher approval rate and trusted company – a division of American Capital Advance and Quantum Merchant Services.
I still have to make some evaluations and considerations before starting into a serious business. For now I’ll make more pendants based on materials on hand and probably start with small clients.