Starting your own business is not as hard as you think: It’s harder. But nothing you do working for others will be as rewarding as becoming your own boss and master of your own destiny. For many, affordable technology is the springboard for that startup business they always dreamed of, and achieving that is not so difficult at all.
Laser cutters are one such piece of technology that has revolutionized opportunities for both hobbyists looking to take their talents to the next level, as well as pure business-focused endeavors looking for low-cost micro-manufacturing of a great new product. And now is a great time to take that first step toward financing the quality equipment you will rely upon.
Start 2019 by taking advantage of the financing opportunities your startup business needs to grow from concept to full-blown production. Give yourself the breathing room to not only obtain the best laser system, but to also allow you to cover workspace costs, labor and materials. It is easier than you think.
Sure, banks are one option, but convincing a bank to give you a loan is a long and arduous process. Not to mention, most banks are skeptical of startups, even if you have been in business for almost two years. On the other hand, QuickSpark Financial understands your situation and goals and welcomes the driving passion of startup business owners with respect and a belief in your talents and vision. Over half of their clients qualify as startups, even if they are financing their second or third expansion of equipment.
Now is the time to make it happen and it costs you nothing to apply and see what your options truly are. Visit Full Spectrum Laser and discover the power and freedom laser cutters can bring to your company venturing into the Golden Age of independent manufacturing. Then you could be just a few clicks away from securing the equipment you need without breaking your wallet in your first investment.
Finally, don't forget to utilize smart strategy once your business is up and running to maximize your return on investment, including taking advantage of extended warranties and planning ahead on reinvestment, growth and tax breaks. Read more in our blog Maximizing Your Laser Cutter's Return On Investment.