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How to Use Vending Machine Equipment Leasing to Increase Your Revenue

Posted by Alan Brown on Jan 21, 2019 1:00:46 PM

 

Using equipment leasing to add vending machines to your commercial real estate property can be an excellent way to increase revenue with little to no extra effort on your part. It doesn’t matter if you own or manage retail space, office space, or even a residential area—if people are walking by, having one or more vending machines has the potential to bring success.

We’ll show you exactly how (and why) to give it a shot.

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Topics: Equipment Leasing, Vending Machine Leasing, Equipment Leasing Strategy, Small Business Growth, Small Business Management

4 Signs Your Office Needs New Furniture (And How to Finance It)

Posted by Alan Brown on Nov 2, 2018 1:29:58 PM

 

Your receptionist may have been hinting at a new desk chair for months, but when is it time to pay attention to these requests? Here are four signs that your office may be ready for some new furniture. And before you say, “It’s not in the budget,” consider an alternative, cost-effective option like equipment leasing.

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Topics: Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing, Small Business Growth, Small Business Management

4 Ways Restaurant Equipment Leasing Can Help Your Business

Posted by Alan Brown on Oct 17, 2018 4:52:39 PM

 

Creating a successful restaurant takes skill both in the kitchen and in your financial books. Luckily, the latter doesn’t have to be as difficult as you might expect. You can help improve your restaurant’s finances through equipment leasing. Find out how this method can boost your business in four helpful ways.

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Topics: Restaurant Equipment Leasing, Restaurant, Small Business Growth, Small Business Management, Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing

Merchant Cash Advances: Pros and Cons for Working Capital

Posted by Alan Brown on Oct 9, 2018 5:31:51 PM

 

Sales-based businesses may consider a merchant cash advance when an infusion of working capital is needed. You’ll receive a lump sum upfront in exchange for an agreed-upon share of future sales that come from debit or credit cards. This kind of short-term financing typically lasts between 6 and 12 months. Is it right for you? Let’s learn more about the pros and cons.

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Topics: merchant cash advance, Working Capital Needs, Working Capital Loans, Small Business Management, Small Business Growth

3 Business Tips for New Restaurant Owners

Posted by Alan Brown on Sep 7, 2018 10:14:10 AM

 

As every restaurant owner knows, the food industry is one of the toughest industries out there. Not only do you have to walk the line separating quality from profit, but you also have to create a warm atmosphere that your customers will want to experience time and time again. And if that wasn’t enough, many new restaurant owners also have to balance books, pay people’s wages, manage orders, and create a fair, equitable schedule for their staff.

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Topics: Restaurant, Restaurant Equipment Leasing, Small Business Management, Small Business Growth, Small Business Marketing

Year 5 and Beyond: How to Grow Your Seasoned Business

Posted by Alan Brown on Aug 29, 2018 4:57:24 PM

 

Surviving (and hopefully, thriving) your first five years as a small business owner is a huge milestone. After all, the vast majority of business fail within this time frame, so it’s a major accomplishment to pass that threshold.

But what should you do in year six?

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Topics: Small Business Growth, Small Business Management, Small Business Owner, Small Business Marketing, Working Capital Management

How to Monitor Your Business Credit

Posted by Alan Brown on Aug 24, 2018 10:09:11 AM

 

Small business owners have to stay on top of both their personal credit and their business’s credit if they want to stay afloat in all economic climates. Thankfully, this is easy enough to do as long as you know where to begin.

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Topics: Personal Credit, Business Credit, Small Business Management, Small Business Growth

6 Financial Terms Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Posted by Alan Brown on Aug 16, 2018 4:52:32 PM

 

When you’re starting your own small business, it’s important to understand the right terminology that comes along with the territory. This can help you evolve from a passionate entrepreneur to a savvy business person. You’ll run your company better and also be better prepared for working with lenders, investors, and other professional relationships.

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Topics: Financial Terms, Financial Jargon, Small Business Owner, Small Business Management, Small Business Growth

Seasonal Businesses: How to Persevere All Year Long

Posted by Alan Brown on Aug 16, 2018 4:25:18 PM

 

Seasonal businesses fulfill unique needs for customers, but it can be tricky to survive your off-season if you don’t plan ahead well. From lawn care companies to Christmas businesses, these necessary industries can thrive year-round with just a bit of forethought and planning.

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Topics: Small Business Growth, Small Business Management, Working Capital Needs, Small Business Owner, Seasonal Businesses

Hiring Employees for the First Time? Read This Before You Do.

Posted by Alan Brown on Aug 15, 2018 11:00:02 AM

 

Ready to hire your first employee? It’s an exciting moment for any small business, but there are also quite a few hoops to jump through before you create a job posting. Check out these basic first steps to make sure you’re covering all your bases before you bring on help for the first time.

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Topics: Small Business Management, Hiring, Small Business Growth, Small Business

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