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Chef Josh Ingraham, owner of Go Buddha plant-based eatery in Ohio

Your fan favorite business deserves fair loan rates.

Honeycomb Credit allows small business owners to raise community capital as an alternative to high-interest merchant cash advances from lenders like Kabbage, Paypal, and Square Capital.


By leveraging your best customers, you can lower monthly payments, reduce interest, and free up cash flow to work on the growth projects that matter to you.

Pay your neighbors, not Wall Street

Entrepreneurs love our platform because it allows your fans, friends, and family all to become investors in your business, turning them into lifelong champions with a vested interest in your success.

A successful Honeycomb campaign can change the trajectory of your business. Whether it's refinancing debt or securing expansion capital to hire a new key team member or open a second location, Honeycomb keeps money in your local economy, not some mega-corporation.

Buzz is good for business

When Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream was looking to open a mobile ice cream truck to complement their booming ice cream business, they chose to crowdfund with Honeycomb to renovate the fixer-upper van. $49,700 and 40 community investors later, the ice cream truck is now rolling out delicious ice cream to the community to this day!

This truck has helped them grow exponentially - since working with us, Millie’s has expanded from one location to seven shops!

Naomi Homison of Pittsburgh Juice Company needed a refrigerated van to transport her cold-pressed juice throughout the city and bought it with $38,850 loan from 67 community investors! With seven years of business under their belt, Pittsburgh Juice Company has grown to have 84 wholesale locations!

Juice up your growth

James Beard-nominated sourdough pizza restaurant Driftwood Oven was looking to expand their storefront and add an artisanal bakery to their business. Owner Neil Blazin worked with Honeycomb to crowdfund the project, raising $150,000 from 70 community investors.

James Beard approved

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Jason Ridgel is the owner of one of the few Black-owned whiskey brands in the U.S. In 2021, he was looking to expand his marketing and distribution, and raised $120,000 from 240 investors on Honeycomb! True to its name, Guidance Whiskey mentors young Black entrepreneurs to get into the spirits industry.

An invested community

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.

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2. Craft your story

We'll help you to build your campaign and create outreach strategies to your community.

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3. Launch and get funded

Work on your project & make monthly repayments to your biggest fans.

Let’s see if we’re a match!

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