Cash injection

A cash injection refers to an infusion of capital, typically in the form of cash, into a business. This capital can come from various sources, such as investors, lenders, or the business owner themselves.

Cash injections can serve a variety of purposes, including:

  • Funding growth initiatives – Expanding operations, entering new markets, or developing new products.
  • Improving working capital – Covering short-term operational expenses or managing cash flow gaps.
  • Debt repayment – Reducing existing debt obligations or restructuring loans.
  • Restructuring or turnaround situations – Providing financial resources to navigate challenging periods.

Examples – A venture capital firm investing in a startup, a business taking out a loan for expansion, or an owner injecting personal funds into their company.