we started a tow truck company with paramedics on, we need to expand but we do not have the capital
We started this unique tow truck company with paramedics on the trucks so that we can render a medical service on accidents in the rural South Africa while we wait for the ambulances to arrive and that sometimes take up to 4 hours. The demand is so big, we need medical equipment and rescue vehicles maybe even an ambulance to start with, but we do not have the capital to make this realize. How can I go about getting these essentials? Our business is only 5 months old and is only starting to break even now.
I would suggest exploring setting up a partnership or joint venture with groups who have the needed equipment, etc., with option for eventual buyout. Network with for-profit and non-profit medical aid groups who may help you meet your needs. Adjust your business plan to see if you can add additional services or generate donations that can generate extra monies. Just some thoughts. Good luck,
You need a goverment loan. You can search in the internet. If they know you are going to be good with your business . They will give you the loan. It is possible. I wish you the best.
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