Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2008
For small businesses that are expanding rapidly and are in their formative years, the prospect of obtaining working capital from a conventional source always proves difficult. The Interface Financial Group (Interface) has created a workable and local solution to this problem by providing short-term working capital for small expanding businesses.
David Banfield, President of The Interface Financial Group, commented, "It is very difficult for a small business to get the working capital they need to expand and as such many become victims of their own success." He went on to say, "The Interface approach to accelerating cash flow and unlocking capital tied up in accounts receivable has proven to be a great asset to many small businesses."
Interface delivers their unique system to the small business marketplace through an extensive franchise network. With more than 100 US-based franchisees, each Interface office is able to deal on a very local and personal level with their clients.
"This personal approach is greatly appreciated by Interface clients," say Banfield "in an age when everything is mechanized, digitized, and computerized, our clients report that it is very refreshing to actually talk to and work with a real person."
The Interface Financial Group is a provider of short-term working capital specializing in servicing the small business market sector. 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 available. Providing a funding approach that is not totally 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.