We feel Dress for Success is a great organization with a great cause. They help women thrive in work and life, while we help small and midsize businesses thrive in a tough economic climate.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
Express Working Capital, a merchant cash advance company based in Dallas, is pleased to announce that they donated $1,000 to Dress for Success Dallas, a company striving to empower disadvantaged women with professional attire and a network of support. The donation was made possible by EWC’s recent Facebook campaign.
“We feel Dress for Success is a great organization with a great cause,” said Brad Woy, CEO of Express Working Capital. “They help women thrive in work and life, while we help small and midsize businesses thrive in a tough economic climate.”
Express Working Capital is most known for its business cash advance solution called Convenience Capital™. Money is advanced and repaid through a very simple process so businesses can receive a much-needed merchant cash advance without the snowball effect caused by many other loans that leads to overwhelming debt.
Those participating in the Convenience Capital™ program pay EWC a percentage of future credit cards sales at a discount rate to gradually pay back the money they borrowed. Collection automatically stops when the full amount is repaid, and the business moves on to a profitable future made possible by EWC’s merchant cash advance option.
Thanks to the generous donation made by Express Working Capital, and their ongoing commitment to help businesses get the boost they need, EWC is fueling the economy in more ways than one. Learn more by visiting Express Working Capital on Facebook.
ABOUT EXPRESS WORKING CAPITAL:
Express Working Capital is a leading provider of Merchant Cash Advances to small and midsize businesses throughout the United States. Based in Irving, Texas, EWC offers its advance program to deserving but under-served businesses without the time, documentation and lengthy approval processes typically associated with a traditional bank loan.
EWC invests in businesses by purchasing a portion of their future credit card sales at a discount in exchange for a lump sum of capital. By allowing businesses to leverage their future sales as an asset, EWC helps business owners access capital quickly and easily without collateralizing their homes or other personal assets. As these businesses realize their future credit card sales, EWC takes a percentage of these sales as repayment on the capital it has invested in the business. Owners use these funds to renovate, purchase new equipment and inventory, fund advertising, open new business locations and manage unexpected business expenses.