Tag Archives: small business funding

Nov 2013

Effective Small Business Lending Advice for Coffee Shops

In the United States we love our coffee. We consume over 146 billion cups of coffee a year, making the United States the leading consumer of coffee in the world. Because so many Americans drink multiple cups a day, people are reliant on coffee shops and cafes for their daily caffeine intake. Are you doing …

Oct 2013

Breaking Down Our Merchant Cash Advance

When you are business owner looking for small business capital, where do you turn? If you want to get funding for your company, it may be difficult to locate a source that will be willing to give you what you want. However, AmeriMerchant has the solution you want with our Merchant Cash Advance. What is …

Jul 2013

Social Media Tips and Small Business Funding Solutions for Your Retail Store

Are you trying to ring in customers and drive traffic to your social media locations this summer? While running a retail store, the summer can be full of opportunities and sometimes, a new lead or sale is just a strategic social media post away. But how can retail store owners like you leverage your company …

Jul 2012

Using a Merchant Cash Advance in your Quick-Serve Restaurant

In today’s food market, consumers want fast, healthy, affordable, fun, and delicious food. Fancy, pretentious food and white gloved service have been replaced by the quirky and casual dining experience. Customers are willing to spend their money if they feel as though they are receiving a great product for a reasonable price. If you need …

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

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 …