Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
CashFund is getting ready to release a new website that will make getting the money business owners need fast and easy! CashFund is a short term business loan company dedicated to getting business owners the money they need to keep their business up and running. Today’s economy is at an all-time high since the economic crash of 2009, according to FoxBusiness.com. The increase in the economy can be attributed to small businesses getting the money they need to start up or continue to increase their cash flow. Small businesses are however no longer getting funding from banks or credit unions, businesses are finding alternative forms of lending through many other organizations. Banks are only providing 17.4% of lending to small businesses whereas organizations such as Cash Fund are providing 67.3% of lending to businesses.
Business owners are looking to find money for their business but they do not have time to sit at a bank and wait to be denied. Entrepreneurs want to get money fast so they can continue to build their company. CashFund is building a web design that will be user friendly. Business owners can get approved for business loans in no time at all with CashFund’s new one page application, people can be approved in as little as four hours, and once a short term business loan is approved it takes up to 72 hours to get the funds business owners need.
Entrepreneurs are looking to find funding that is changing with the times and technology. Business owners are using mobile devices to fill out loan applications because it is fast and easy. Over 40% of online applications are now being done from a mobile device. This is how lending is becoming so if lenders want to continue to work with businesses, they are going to have to adapt to the changes. This is what CashFund is doing with the launch of their new website. It will be user friendly from any device and is fast to be approved and get the money they need so that business owners can move on with more important things.
All statistics come from foxbusiness.com The Small Business Center.