Coast Capital Savings teams up with OnDeck Canada to give thousands of Canadian small businesses access to financing in as little as 24 hours.
As the competitive landscape evolved, however, some of the original players went out of business, new ones arrived from the United States and elsewhere, and rates have lowered and grown more consistent between competitors. As a result, the Victoria B.C.-based small business lender Company Capital found that Canadian small businesses now have different priorities.
There are more small business loan options available today than ever before, but finding the right loan for your business may require a little digging. Fortunately, there are plenty of great options available – you just have to know where to look.
After 14 years supporting restaurants and food service providers in Canada, and with a wide range of products to choose from, Econolease’s sales staff is able to determine what lease, loan or rental product best fits each customer’s unique situation.
There used to be a mere few options available to get financing for major ventures. The choices were traditional borrowing from a financial institution or from family and friends. Today, there are unlimited ways to get financing for any purpose. Creative financing has opened the doors for consumers who want or need an innovative way to get money to fulfill their dreams.
After being denied six business loans, Rhonda realized that because her business was new, most banks would not offer her enough financing to start her new venture. However, she had heard about an alternative to traditional lending known as a merchant cash advance, or MCA. Encouraged, she took off in the direction of getting funding via an MCA. And she is not alone; millions of start-ups and established businesses take advantage of the benefits of this type of financing. But before they do, they must understand the ins and outs of merchant cash advances.
Searching for financing and banking products, such as loans, is a breeze for anyone with online access. Borrowers whiz through the process of finding a lender, applying for a loan, approval, and cash-in-hand -sometimes in a 24-hour period. Online lenders are alternative providers of secured and unsecured loans. And they have become stiff competition for…
How iCapital Helps Canadian Small Businesses Leverage An Often Forgotten Asset: Future Debit and Credit Card Sales
For nearly a decade, Toronto-based iCapital has been providing capital to Canadian small business owners of all shapes and sizes from coast to coast. Unlike traditional loan products, however, their merchant cash advance has absolutely no deadlines, no late fees, and is only paid out when small business owners are making money themselves.
One thing that is true about businesses is that they run in an endless cycle of ups and downs. A business line of credit is the answer to resolving the dilemma of not having money to meet goals or secure resources when they are needed. With a line of credit, business owners can draw on funds immediately to put out any fire that comes up such as purchase or repair of equipment, payroll or other business expenses. What is a business line of credit and how does it work?
Anyone who aspires to open a restaurant or bar is in good company for sure. Worldwide, there are approximately 15 million thriving restaurants that rake in hundreds of billions of dollars annually. By some investment company accounts, bars and taverns in the U.S. alone grabbed $24 billion in 2015. This article points entrepreneurs in the right direction toward their own success.