Jul 2012

Merchant Cash Advance for Your Paper Boutique

There is something charming and romantic about sending or receiving a letter in the mail. Snail mail has a traditional, old world feel—opening a mailbox to find a letter addressed to you seems much more personal than receiving a run-of-the-mill e-mail. As a stationery store owner, you know the importance of keeping old customs alive. …

Jul 2012

Your Bakery and a Merchant Cash Advance

Forbes reported that during an economic downturn the popularity of ‘mood foods’ increases. ‘Mood foods’ include comfort food classics such as homemade breads, pies, brownies, and cookies. Baked goods (savory and sweet) are experiencing a surge in popularity. Forbes’s industry opinion survey said 44 percent of bakery insiders believe the market value of baked goods …

Jul 2012

Your Massage Spa and a Merchant Cash Advance

As a massage spa owner, or masseuse, you already know the myriad benefits of massage. Your clients, however, may not be aware of the powerful healing effects of a massage. A massage can help ease the ache of arthritic joints, assuage the throb of a muscle spasm, or balance the mind. Do your clients know …

Jul 2012

Summer Spa Trends and a Merchant Cash Advance

Stretching out on a plushy massage table isn’t only relaxing—it’s actually good for your health. Spa treatments ranging from foot centric reflexology to exfoliating facials have been linked to big benefits such as easing chronic pain, boosting immunity, soothing anxiety, and quelling depression. Many people find relaxing in a pedicure chair to be a much …

Jul 2012

Expanding Your Summer Menu with a Cash Advance

According to the National Restaurant Association, the restaurant industry makes around 1.7 billion on a typical day. Americans spend over $2,000 a year dining away from home and 66 percent of those diners are looking for a culinary experience they can’t easily replicate in their own kitchen. As a restaurant owner, you know how important …

Jul 2012

Merchant Cash Advance and Your Catering Business

The National Association of Catering Executives estimates the catering industry takes in $7.1 billion annually. Laurine Wickett, a San Francisco based chef, caterer, and former Top Chef contestant says “With catering, basically every night you are setting up and breaking down a restaurant. The food changes, the venue changes…it can be exciting, but extremely frustrating.” …

Jul 2012

Merchant Cash Advance for Your Gym

If you own a gym you already know that January is going to be the best month of the year for new memberships. The New Year brings new members to the gym—everyone is trying to shed the holiday pounds. As the year goes on, less people remember their New Year’s Resolutions and gym dues begin …

Jun 2012

Your Day Spa and a Cash Advance

As summer temperatures skyrocket, day spas’ air-conditioning bills tend to follow suit. A spa should be a relaxing environment—you want your customers to be cool and comfortable but you also want to keep AC costs down. If you’re a spa owner worried about rising electricity costs, consider covering costs with a merchant cash advance from …

Jun 2012

Cash Advances and Your Pizzeria

According to Franchise Disclosure Documents, Americans eat 100 acres of pizza daily, which breaks down to 350 slices per second. It’s no wonder this $40 billion industry makes up almost 17 percent of all restaurants in the nation. During the economic downturn the price of key pizza ingredients skyrocketed. Items like cheese and wheat became …

Jun 2012

Cash Advances for Your Club

For those waiting behind the velvet rope, owning a nightclub can look like a glamorous way to always be part of the ‘in crowd.’ Successful night club owners know their business is about more than rubbing elbows with celebrities or dancing until dawn with VIP guests. Owning a nightclub is hard work—it takes dedication, determination, …