The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce is excited to work with Dealstruck, which combines crowdlending with traditional finance to provide fair, transparent and affordable lending to small businesses. - Tayde Aburto.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce and alternative crowdlending provider Dealstruck have joined forces to ease the funding process for Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce members. In an effort to ease the process of securing growth capital faced by early-stage businesses, the partnership will provide Chamber members and customers with access to services and business loans on behalf of Dealstruck.
"Small businesses in their early stages usually struggle to access both capital and marketing opportunities,” said Tayde Aburto, the founder of the Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce. “The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce is excited to work with Dealstruck, which combines crowdlending with traditional finance to provide fair, transparent and affordable lending to small businesses. Now, more businesses that do not qualify for a bank loan will receive the help they need to leverage their aggressive growth for continued success."
“Dealstruck shares the Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce’s commitment, to providing small and family-owned businesses with the growth capital they need to compete in today’s business environment,” said Candace Klein, Chief Strategy Officer of Dealstruck. “The Chamber has a strong network of marketing professionals committed to providing high-quality services to its members. We’re proud to work with the Chamber to better equip its members with skills, advice and resources that will set them on the path to becoming bankable.”
Dealstruck was the first company of its kind to take direct leadership in serving nearly bankable, hard-working entrepreneurs seeking to leverage their good credit for ongoing business success. Dealstruck was also the first alternative lender to offer multiple products. Its CrowdLine line of credit and CrowdLoan term loan products address the varying needs of small businesses.
More information about the Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce can be found at http://www.hiseb.com.
The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce is a benefit corporation using the power of business for social good. The organization combines the values of a non-profit with the flexibility and innovation of a tech startup. HISCEC's mission is to promote the use of the Internet as a business tool to help family owned businesses to become more competitive. More information is available at http://www.hiseb.com.
The Dealstruck lending marketplace connects profitable, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with innovative credit solutions funded by individual and institutional accredited investors. Unlike the one-size-fits-all approach offered to them by banks and the high-cost, short-term credit offered to them by alternative lenders, Dealstruck provides growing SMBs with a suite of products that give them a credible and transparent path to bankable. Dealstruck is the first crowdlending platform to offer multiple products to SMBs, and the first to allow investors the freedom to choose specific investments. More information is available at https://www.dealstruck.com/.