American restaurants will look to hire during the upcoming summer months, so they may need a working capital loan or restaurant equipment lease financing from an alternative lender to cover costs.
Equipment leasing among U.S. businesses picked up in April, as small business owners lease equipment to expand and improve their businesses.
First-generation immigrants and women are among the small business owners responsible for surging U.S. entrepreneurial rates. While U.S. entrepreneurship rates are at their highest in more than 10 years, several financing difficulties exist for small business owners.
Businesses are in the market for summer help, according to a recent poll by CareerBuilder, but they may need help financing the cost of additional labor.
Rising business costs are a growing concern for small business owners, according to a recent survey by CNN Money.
Small business owners have tied enterprise growth to access to technology. However many are unable to access working capital to fund their technology and growth, so they must seek out alternative lenders for working capital loans and equipment lease financing.
Small business owners have turned to personal savings in an effort to finance their enterprise in the face of tight credit markets. However, alternative lenders, like National Funding, offer a more feasible financing solution.
A new survey found bad hires can cost U.S. companies $50,000. Small businesses may need assistance with financing in the wake of a bad hire.
Recent reports show many Latino and Hispanic entrepreneurs are planning to hire this year and anticipate better results in 2013 than what they experienced in 2012.
Small business confidence rebounded in April after a March slide.