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how to raise debt capital or venture debt?

We are trying to raise debt capital or venture debt to meet the demand on our platform. We have raised some money from friends and family (100K+) but it's not enough. We have commitments from the user's that they will use our service once it's available, and I know with the commitments we will be able to pay back debt in a year. How should I approach this problem? Any advice? I don't want to raise equity capital because I think we will have good evaluation by the end of this quarter (just based on demand and our %MoM growth).

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Find people you know who have raised money and ask them for introductions.

Here is a good video if you want to hear it from someone who has done it before:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thrGCQVn9RI
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Thanks Lane.
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