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Meet some of the rockstar small business entrepreneurs in the Honeycomb community

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$107,000 to refinance high interest debt


$49,700 to buy an ice cream truck


$25,000 to clean COVID medical uniforms

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$250,000 to move to a bigger space


Average Investor ROI: 10.76%


$33,658 for a restaurant rebrand

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$96,450 to buy a liquor license


Average Investor ROI: 8.40%


$30,675 to hire employees during COVID


$49,500 to open a new restaurant

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$37,600 for grocery store expansion

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$46,750 to open a bakery storefront


$24,450 to buy popsicle equipment


$50,010 to refinance credit card 

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$30,000 to buy a mobile food trailer


$150,000 for a brewery expansion

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