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Know someone who would be a great fit for Honeycomb Credit?

Fill out the form below to refer them!

What is a qualified business?

The business must have:

  • At least 500 followers on one social media platform

  • Clearly communicates capital need and use of funds for a project exceeding $25,000

  • Independently-owned businesses in an approved industry (Restaurants, Coffee, Bakeries, Food trucks, Breweries, Distilleries, Craft Beverage, Consumer Packaged Goods, Farms, Pop-ups, Food and beverage, Retail - with a brick-and-mortar). See below for industries that are NOT approved.

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For each qualified small business that you refer to hold a discovery call with Honeycomb, you will receive $50. If your referred small business ends up launching a Honeycomb campaign, you will receive an additional $250.

Make your referral below.

Non-Qualified Industries

  • CBD/Cannabis/Marijuana

  • Firearms/Shooting Ranges

  • Political Campaigns

  • Ecommerce Resellers

  • Fake/Spam

  • Multi-Level Marketing

  • Chains

  • Non-FDA Approved Supplements, Vitamins, etc.

  • Media 

  • House Flipping

  • Real Estate Agencies

  • Adult Entertainment (including burlesque, etc.)

  • Transportation

  • Medical

  • Staffing Services

  • Banking and Financial Services

  • Marketing Agencies, Consulting Firms

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Securities offered through Honeycomb Portal LLC or Honeycomb SMB LLC have not been recommended or approved by any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority. Honeycomb does not provide any investment advice or recommendation, and does not provide any legal or tax advice with respect to any securities. All securities listed on this site are being offered by, and all information included on this site is the responsibility of, the applicable issuer of such securities. In making an investment decision, investors must rely on their own examination of the issuer and the terms of the offering, including the merits and risks involved. Securities sold under Title III are speculative, illiquid, and investors can lose all of their money.

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