Draft Revenue Sharing Agreement in Florida for Entertainment Business
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I am looking for an attorney who can help me put together restaurant business proposal to funding to expand my restaurant branch.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
There is not a lot of detail here so I am going to assume you are not asking about how to get a small business loan, or you aren't interested or able to get SBA financing for what ever reason.
If you have a successful restaurant concept, you might want to look into Regulation CF crowdfunding. I am aware of a number of food and beverage businesses that have leveraged their existing loyal and enthusiastic customer bases and a well executed financial and PR campaign to fund expansion sites.