How to Make a Difference as a Business Owner

Life for a business owner can be hectic. From family operations, managing a team, to pleasing clients, you may always be busy with something. Early on as a  business owner, you may have felt a deeper purpose, a passion even. Now, you may lose your passion to the mundane tasks that fill your schedule. A few weeks ago, many big name entrepreneurs made an appearance at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

One guest that made headlines, besides President Obama,was Mark Zuckerberg . The Facebook owner had a lot of advice to offer entrepreneurs. At Silver Rock Funding, we work with private investors who can help you to be the change-maker in your community.

During the conversation documented by CNET, President Obama posed a question to Mr. Zuckerberg, the brains behind the world’s largest social media network, about his role for creating a platform for entrepreneurs around the world.  The Billionaire  went on to emphasize the importance of change-makers as entrepreneurs. He believes that a successful entrepreneur must be motivated by caring and not by “trying to create a business.” There are many ways that you can embrace being a change-maker simultaneously with being an  entrepreneur.

Mark Zuckerberg is a 32 year-old billionaire and the owner of one of the biggest tech companies in the world. Your business may pale in comparison to his reach. This still does not interfere with ability to be a change-maker. If you are a business owner, there are many charities that you can assist. From soup kitchens to use the power that you do have to mark your footprint in the community. From a toy drive with donations from customers to donating your truck for toy deliveries, it is possible to use the resources that you have. Mr. Zuckerberg launched a plan earlier this year to help poor Africans to learn to code. He is doing this as a collaboration with another organization. As a business owner you can make the same impact. You do not have to only assist people with funding, you can offer services to the community. You can help youth learn to read, tutor at-risk youth, or feed the homeless.

As a small business owner who wants to be a change-maker, Silver Rock Funding is able to assist you. We work with dozens of lenders with millions to lend. That means we have up to $500,000 in private investor capital to help fund the change in your community. Simply, complete the application. Our funding managers will contact you quickly. They will discuss which plans work best for you and your business. Get started now.

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