Jun 2012

Could Your Bed and Breakfast Use a Merchant Cash Advance?

With summer season fully in swing, bed and breakfasts all over the country are shaking out their linens and dusting off their fine china. If your B&B had a slow winter season you’re probably eagerly anticipating the arrival of your first summer guests. You already know how to make your guests feel like they’re at …

Jun 2012

Taking Your Restaurant to the Next Level with a Merchant Cash Advance

Planning to grow your small restaurant business during a time when big banks are reticent to give away money can be an arduous task. Many independent restaurants were hit hard during the beginning of the recession—sales were down while overhead stayed the same or increased, making restaurants a high risk gamble for conservative big name …

Jun 2012

Working Capital Solutions for your Floral Shop

Retail florists can be as small as a kiosk inside a hospital or as large as a warehouse. Some florists sell one particular type of flower while others specialize in flowers from exotic places. Whether your retail space is big or small, the problems you face as a lover and seller of flowers are the …

Jun 2012

Financing Small Business Expansions

Determining whether or not to expand your restaurant is one of the most exciting and frustrating decisions a restaurateur could make. An expansion doesn’t necessarily mean adding on to your existing restaurant. An expansion can be a decision to take on new employees, sell franchises, move into the global marketplace, or move from a smaller …

Jun 2012

Cash Advances for Your Nail Salon

Busy moms, corporate women, college students, and prom-goers are all rushing to surrender their hands and feet to nail professionals. Every woman, and some men, love the look of buffed and polished nails and toes and pay upwards of $15 for a relaxing hour at a nail salon. The nail salon business brings in more …

Jun 2012

Use a Merchant Cash Advance to Bag More Sales at Your Gourmet Shop

Independent gourmet food shops are constantly fighting an uphill battle against big chain grocery stores when it comes to marketing exposure. The big name grocers are able to buy TV commercial slots and launch multifaceted, nationwide advertising campaigns. Smaller gourmet shops have a harder time promoting their stores and often feel like they will never …

Jun 2012

Using a Cash Advance to Shake Up Your Bar

Established bar owners are constantly looking for exciting ways to wet their patrons’ whistles and keep their bars stocked with lively spirits. Bar owners across the country have been embracing new trends in an effort to keep the drinks, and the cash, flowing. This July, bar owners, journalists, and professional drinkers will head out to …

Jun 2012

Adding Volume to Your Salon’s Sales with a Business Merchant Cash Advance

Savvy salon owners know that reaching their sales goals takes more than giving clients a masterful cut, color, and dry. Thriving salon owners make sure their stylists sell products to each and every client.  Dean and co-founder of Paul Mitchell The School, Winn Claybaugh, says: “Per square footage, the footage devoted to selling products is …

May 2012

Merchant Cash Advance for Your Food Truck

Years ago food trucks were little more than carts filled with rubbery hot dogs nestled inside limp buns. But these days, mobile restaurants are on the rise and on the move, offering gourmet food at accessible price points, and popping up everywhere from office buildings during the lunch rush to concerts in the park. For …

May 2012

Cash Flow Solutions for Keeping on Trend

As the economy continues to drag, restaurants all over the world are seeking cash flow solutions for lackluster sales. While big name national chains can inundate social media with half-off coupons and promotional material, small mom-and-pop eateries are forced to close their doors. The corporate players have the cash flow to grow even in a …