How to Protect Your Business When Small Business Loan Payments are a Challenge.

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Working capital is the lifeblood of small businesses.  As the credit gap remains a reality for SMBs in America, the market for capital is still robust.  Business owners are increasingly active in evaluating various capital products from advances to invoice factoring to loans.  But sometimes taking on new capital comes with unexpected challenges. What happens if your business has trouble … Read More

5 Reasons Why Most Small Businesses Fail

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5 Reasons Businesses Fail

The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that 20.6 percent of businesses fail by year two, 30.7 percent by year three, 38.1 percent by year four, and 43.7 percent by year five. Pride can often cause emotional decisions that can be detrimental to the company’s success. But it is more than just pride that causes a small business to fail. Entrepreneurs … Read More

How a subscription model could benefit your business

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Subscription Models for Business

Consumer buying habits have long been trending towards convenient shopping experiences, and have driven the subscription market forward dramatically in the past few years. You only have to look at companies like Dollar Shave Club to see just how popular and profitable a subscription model could be for your business. Dollar Shave Club, a subscription service offering cheap shaving razors … Read More

A New Financing Option: Restaurant Crowdfunding

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Crowdfunding as a form of financing for restaurants is certainly not a new concept. Many restaurants now offer food and beverage as a form of repayment on investment, which, if done correctly, can provide your restaurant with the necessary capital without giving up any equity.