With traditional banks declining nearly all business loans, owners must look elsewhere for small business financing. While there are other options available to business owners looking for financing, including: SBA loans, loans from friends and family, home equity loans, or even credit cards, all of these options are risky and some require collateral. The true alternative to banks and other traditional lenders are alternative lenders, like National Funding. To help business owners understand their options when they are declined by banks, National Funding has drafted our latest white paper, titled: Where To Go For Financing When The Bank Says 'No'.
As a business, it's important to stay current on trends your customers engage in. A recent social media trend is Facebook Live, a tool that allows users to live stream anything they wish directly to the social media platform. Consumers love to use Facebook Live to share snippets of events they wish to show their… […]
Small businesses don't always have a surplus of cash lying around. When your enterprise performs well or you have an exceptional month in terms of sales, you're shrewdly deciding how to best allocate that revenue to keep the company stable and grow in an effective, sustainable way. Because most small organizations don't have the endlessly… […]
2017 is shaping up to be the year of technology. […]
Restaurants can thrive when they're in a good location and suffer when they're in a less-than-optimal one. Changes ranging from the preferences of customers to downtown development and the closure of nearby businesses can all have an effect on the number of tables a restaurant serves each day. The influence of those factors means you… […]