Startup Business Loans

GOFUNDYOU‘s startup business loans stimulate infusion and support in critical areas needed in order to scale and thrive. These startup business loans focus and reinforce the early development and growth stages of a new concept or business.

GOFUNDYOU‘s startup business loans are carefully designed around a new business’s vital requirements to establish organic growth, sustainability and success.

Our starting business loans programs stem from a repository of Angel Investors, Venture Capitalist, Private Equity and Debt Providers interested in steering the future. Our proprietary Assessment and Funding Algorithm is the backbone of our approach and methodology.

The Fundamentals:

In order to achieve these goals we have designed a multi-dimensional Assessment tool. This tool is reinforced with a qualification algorithm that carefully assess key business feasibility and sustainability components. The resulting data allows us to baseline and compare GO FUND YOU’s pre and post inoculation funding programs.

Our Assessment and Algorithm is derived from four dimensions;

I. Risk Mitigation – Planning, measuring and controlling forecasts
II. Operational Coherence – Maximizing output with minimum inputs
III. Longitudinal Sustainability – Maintaining point of equilibrium under present and future conditions
IV. Intrinsic Value – Ensuring qualitative and quantitative attributes converge intrinsically to exceed extrinsic market values

Startup Business Loan Requirements & Vital Ingredients:

Whether Venture Capital, Angel Investment or Debt Financing GO FUND YOU’s investment criterion seeks to identify within your business model the following key questions and ingredients in order to attract money and above all show capital efficiency;

1. What problem does your solution impact or solve?
2. How can we measure the performance of that solution?
3. What is the added value the solution proffers in dollars and cents?
4. What is the current stage of the solution’s ability to deliver maximum and target result?
5. What is the investment amount and specific allocation?