Preparing your

application

Luke of Blue Sparrow raised $10,400 to expand his food truck fleet

Thinking about applying?

To make sure a crowdfunded Honeycomb loan works for you and your potential investors, we'll ask for a few documents to conduct our due diligence:

About Your Business (2 years or however long you've been in business)

  • Balance sheet

  • Cash flow statement

  • Profit & loss statement

  • Tax returns

About Yourself

  • Personal financial statement (your personal assets and debts)

  • We will also ask for your permission to pull a credit report

Get funded in 3 easy steps

1

Share your plans with us

Tell us about your business & your future plans. See what you need to apply.

2

Craft your story

We'll work with you to craft your campaign and create a custom outreach strategy to your community.

3

Launch and get funded!

Get your money when you're funded! Work on your project & make monthly repayments to your biggest fans.

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Let's get started!

Answer a few quick questions and we'll reach out to you in less than 24 hours, we promise!

 

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