Troy, MI (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
RetailCapital, a specialty finance company that provides merchant cash advances to small and medium-sized business owners, is providing access to working capital to small businesses during the government shutdown.
“Many small businesses rely on government loans and payments to start up or keep their business functioning,” said Ryan Rosett, CEO of RetailCapital. “As many seek alternative funding sources, we are able to respond quickly to the needs of small business owners and help them with their cash flow challenges presented from this shutdown.”
RetailCapital works with a broad spectrum of merchants across the U.S., from the mom and pop ice cream store, to the after market auto shop, to restaurant franchises, to transportation services and more. As these business often are in need of cash to purchase inventory and equipment and for ongoing capital, RetailCapital provides cash advances anywhere from $5,000-$350,000.
“With the volatility in Washington, we are also working with business owners who are planning for the future – they anticipate delays with government loans after the shutdown is resolved, and the SBA reopens,” said Rosett.
RetailCapital is an alternative financing firm that provides working capital solutions to small businesses that are unable to obtain traditional bank loans. Founded in Michigan in 2010, RetailCapital has quickly grown to be one of the most prominent firms in the merchant cash advance industry through unparalleled customer service and value to its clients. Leveraging an innovative technology platform, RetailCapital considers a business’s health as a whole when qualifying companies, and has provided short-term financing to thousands of small businesses around the U.S. RetailCapital also has partnership programs for independent sales organizations, organizations that serve small businesses, and franchises. For more information, please visit http://www.retailcapital.com, and follow RetailCapital on Twitter @retailcap.