Opening and operating a restaurant has become increasingly difficult over the last 12 months due to limited capacities, staffing inconsistencies, and new federal regulations revolving around Covid-19. Restaurateurs looking to open or modify their concepts are faced with financial challenges that typically lead to the need for outside capital. So what should you do if you are in need of funding to open a new restaurant, or make alterations to your current venue(s)?
Join Barpay’s Chief Sales Officer Joe De Pinto, as he has a conversation with Raj Moonesinghe, co-founder and Director of Finance for InKind, the leader in restaurant financing. The two will discuss how restaurant financing has changed since Covid-19, InKind’s unique financing model, and what restaurateurs should expect when seeking capital.
Who should attend this webinar?
What will I learn?
Gain a thorough understanding of InKind’s restaurant financing model, which allows owners to take on capital without giving up equity or revenue, and how you can apply for financing from InKind.
Get the answers to these important questions:
What is the difference between equity and venue credit?
Does my restaurant qualify for InKind financing?
What are the biggest up front expenses when opening a new venue?
How can you minimize up front expenses when opening a new venue?