Small Business Owners Have More Choices for Working Capital

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The Interface Financial Group (IFG) has opened additional offices giving small business owners more opportunities to obtain the working capital they need to fund their expansion and growth plans.

The Interface Financial Group, an international organization providing short-term cash flow assistance to small- and medium-sized businesses, announced the opening of new U. S. Interface offices in the Chicago and San Diego areas, Los Angeles, Akron, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, and Portland, ME; in addition to new offices in Toronto, Canada and Hamilton, New Zealand.

Interface President, David Banfield, indicated that these offices are in addition to existing IFG offices in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and are needed to sustain the ongoing growth of Interface, and the demand for the specialty working capital financing that Interface brings to the small business marketplace.

Every year in the United States over one million new businesses are created. This substantial growth rates in the small business population places an ever increasing demand on financial services such as the Interface invoice discounting program. Company President David Banfield indicated that the organization will continue to grow as the demand for the service continues to grow. He further indicated that there was little likelihood that the demand would diminish in the foreseeable future, as in their 35 year history they had only seen growth year over year.

Interface's invoice discounting program is able to meet small business owners' need for short-term working capital in a timely and cost-effective manner. Those business owners, Interface clients, who now number many hundreds, are usually unable to source working capital from conventional lenders such as commercial banks.

Interface has developed a franchise approach to the provision of short term working capital which in itself is quite exceptional in the financial services industry. Each Interface office is independently owned and managed and this fact alone gives Interface a local advantage, as transactions can be received, reviewed and concluded in a very timely and professional manner.

Interface operates from a base of about 100 offices in the United States, together with parallel operations in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Interface franchisees come from a very wide range of backgrounds including accounting, banking, manufacturing, construction, finance, insurance, and others. Although Interface franchisees come from a very wide variety of disciplines they all have certain talents and traits in common; they all possess above average communicator skills, are decision makers and problem solvers, and they are people who can empathize with the needs of small business because they have a mature business background and operate with a "been there and done that" approach to their client's needs.

Interface provides both a much needed service for the small business community and an outstanding business opportunity for individuals looking to own and operate their own professional financial service business.

If you would like to learn more about specific services or opportunities, call 800-387-0860 or visit the websites: http://www.interfacefinancial.com or http://www.ifgnetwork.com

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