How to Find Alternative Startup & Small Business Funding

International Franchise Expo Coming to New York

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Many individuals in the United States and abroad are looking for an opportunity that will allow them to pursue their dream of business ownership. Franchising as a business model allows the franchisee to license the rights to operate a proven business system in a particular geographic region. Franchise opportunities in general have greater success rates than startup businesses. Franchise owners share a successful brand, distribution model, operational infrastructure, and marketing strategies.

Prospective franchisees will visit New York City’s Javits Center June 19, 20 and 21 to explore the many varieties of franchise opportunities available at the International Franchise Expo (IFE). The IFE will be playing host to more than 450 top franchises. It will provide an opportunity to learn more about the franchise industry with more than 70 seminars, breakout sessions and forums for veterans and diverse communities.

Knowing how to fund a franchise is critical to make the dream of business ownership reality. Among those presenting franchisors are IFE are Pango Financial, which offers an alternative funding product for would be entrepreneurs. Pango’s DreamSpark plan enables individuals to utilize their retirement funds to invest in a business without penalty for early withdraw and is tax deferred.

Pango’s offering provides a free incorporation, business valuation and first year registered agent with its plan to new business owners. “We are the only company in the industry that has a 24/7 online platform and are the price leader in the space,” states Candice Caruso, president Pango Financial. Pango Financial offers value, quality and long-term compliance services for its clients. The DreamSpark plan is a tool to invest in your future and build wealth.