When Traditional Funding Sources Are Not Available

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Indications are that the credit crunch triggered by problems in the sub-prime mortgage area is getting worse rather than better. As a result, traditional funding sources are having to say "no" to small business owners more frequently. However, The Interface Financial Group as an alternative source for these small business owners rarely says "no".

The Interface Financial Group is a provider of short-term working capital specializing in servicing the small business market sector. George Shapiro, Chairman of the Interface Financial Group (IFG) says, "For companies looking to finance growth plans with needs of under one hundred thousand dollars the traditional sources all seem to be closed and many of our clients report continuing difficulty in obtaining even a modest line of credit to assist with their expansion plans."

Interface recognizes that the small business of today is a job-creator and will become the mid-sized business of tomorrow ― providing there is financing help on hand.

Shapiro further says, "With operations in four countries and over 100 offices servicing the domestic market, Interface is well positioned to respond to the needs of small business. Having been in the business for over 35 years, we have seen plenty of ups & downs in the economy over the years. Interface has always been a player because our approach to funding is not based on traditional lending criteria. Interface can nearly always provide funding even when the 'bank' has said no."

Providing a funding approach that is not entirely dependent on a solid balance sheet with a substantial "basket" of assets for added security, IFG's invoice discounting program is able to meet small business owners' need for short-term working capital in a timely and cost-effective manner.

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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