Equipment leasing firms expect to increase acquisitions over the next four months, a new report has shown.
The NFIB reported small business owners are feeling slightly more optimistic than they did in December.
Small business owners have been hesitant to adopt mobile technology, which may result in losing out on revenue throughout the coming years.
A new study has found equipment financing companies and small business owners alike can benefit from using Big Data.
Experts agree that more businesses than ever will be investing in equipment financing in 2014.
Whether it’s getting their company off the ground or keeping it going strong, small-business owners know that profit margins can be slim.
Entrepreneurs are borrowing more for their small businesses, marking a potential for an increase in equipment financing and leasing.
Confidence is on the rise in the equipment leasing and financing sector.
Mixed results came out of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s Monthly Leasing and Financing Index, which was released on Jan. 27.
During his State of the Union address on Jan. 28, President Barack Obama vowed to break political gridlock in Washington by striking out on his own when it comes to economic issues.