Your business is attracting customers but now to fill those orders but your bank is being difficult. It is time to look at the very exciting alternative which will change the way you do business for the better.
Venture Capital (VC), is risk capital invested in privately held companies by VC firms, through the underwriting of newly issued stock and/or convertible bonds.
If you plan to launch a new business venture or expand a young business which has not reached profitability, venture capital is almost always the only source of capital. For banks, it is too high a risk and why should they put their own customers' money at risk on your venture? Banks get given a knock for being cautious but they are being paid to look after their depositors' cash.
Do look for an expert in private equity to match you to the right fund and get your business "investor ready".
Venture capital funding is provided by Venture Capital funds. If you are interested in finding out more, you can read about it in Money Magnet: Attracting Investors to Your Business.