PSA:Growing Your Bottom Line How to Finance Your Construction Company

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Starting or operating a construction business in this day and age is an impressive feat. There are tons of things to consider and important decisions to make. And if you take a wrong step, you could put your whole business in jeopardy, even before it takes off. However, if you have access to adequate funding, this task will be easier on you. You’ll be sure to have enough resources to keep your cashflow going. Delinquent clients or unforeseen expenses won’t affect your operations. You will complete projects in time, satisfy your clients, and earn their trust. And when your clients trust you, they’ll refer you to other leads, which will aid your business growth. All this starts by getting the right funding. Advertising is also a powerful tool that can help you reach your target audience and build your brand. Working with the right builder advertising company can help you increase your sales and build your business. You can use your initial capital and funds to invest in construction equipment and safety gear like helmets and a Printed Hi Vis Vest. Safety of your workers must always be prioritized to avoid accidents. The consultants on health and safety policy for small businesses can help you with that. Injured workers have the right to file a claim or lawsuit by hiring a construction injuries lawyer or a workers compensation lawyer. Therefore, construction companies are also advised to invest in the right insurance policies. Looking for financing for your construction company? Not sure where to go?Join us at the Blue Hills Contractor Incubator on Thursday, October 1st at 8:00 am to participate in four sessions that connect business owners with local financers, both traditional and nontraditional, and information to help you build your financial model. The cost to attend is $35 and this event is limited to 40 contractors so RSVP today! For more information and to RSVP, contact Adrienne Haynes at [email protected] or 816-886-8194 ext. 207. Location: Blue Hills Business Center, 5008 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, MO 64130

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