National Funding makes Inc. magazine’s prestigious Inc. 5000 list five consecutive years reporting 185% growth from 2013 – 2016 for the new 2017 list. SAN DIEGO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–National Funding, one of the country’s leading financial technology companies for small and medium-sized businesses, ranked as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies on two prestigious lists. […]
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SAN DIEGO, June 5, 2017 – EY recently announced that Founder and CEO David Gilbert of National Funding is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award in the San Diego region. The awards program, which is celebrating its 31st year, recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance […]
National Funding announced as the 2015 Holiday Bowl sponsor, according to the San Diego Business Journal.
Local company National Funding agrees to one-year sponsorship of game matching USC, Wisconsin.
Tips for getting a small business loan with less than perfect credit. National Funding founder and CEO, Dave Gilbert, is quoted.
As small businesses assess alternative lenders, speed and convenience emerge as major advantages.
With the alternative business lending industry becoming increasingly crowded, alternative lenders have to distinguish themselves from the competition.
An additional $45 million from Wells Fargo will allow National Funding to continue to grow and help even more small businesses across the United States.
National Funding has been around since the beginning of the alternative financing industry, for over 16 years. Founder and CEO, Dave Gilbert, was pleased to discuss the history of the alternative lending industry and its exciting future.
Because small businesses are able to quickly adapt to new changes in a specific locale, they are better positioned to benefit from increased community business activity.
National Funding founder and CEO, David Gilbert, was quoted in an article for Money Magazine, published by Time Magazine.
National Funding’s CEO, David Gilbert, says that even though the economy is improving, borrowers must remain diligent when weighing borrowing options.