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Honeycomb Credit: A Localized Approach to Business Funding

Local and Fast Financing
Honeycomb Credit isn’t your typical lender. They’re all about quick and fair funding that’s deeply tied to your local community. By bringing in everyday investors, they make it possible for business owners to get the cash they need while involving the community in their success.

Community Investment
Think of it as your neighbors and local supporters coming together to back your business. Check out Clay, Sarah, and Cole – owners of Bigger Staff Brewing. They raised $71,393 from 73 investors to purchase new equipment and update their patio space. That kind of local support speaks volumes about the enthusiasm folks have for growing businesses in their area.

Your Honeycomb Experience
Launching a funding campaign on Honeycomb isn’t just about the money. It’s a chance to share your successes with your customers, fans, and the local community. It’s a win-win situation that helps businesses grow while strengthening community bonds.

Honeycomb’s approach is simple yet effective
Their team tailors funding terms to fit your business, whether you’re just starting out or have been around the block. If you qualify, they’ll get you on board within 24 hours. Plus, there’s a 30-day grace period after your campaign ends, giving you time to focus on your projects before paying back. Need your cash early? They can sort that out too, ensuring you get what you need when you need it. And the best part? They handle all the repayment hassle, letting you concentrate on running your business.

The Honeycomb Advantage
Joining forces with Honeycomb means more than just getting funds:
You’ll have a team of small business pros rooting for your success. They’ll help you craft a campaign strategy that works for your business. Oh, and they’ll foot the bill on a videographer produced video about your offering and business—no extra cost!

Ready to kickstart your business funding in a whole new way?