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How To Use The New Year’s Fresh Start Effect To Make Your Business More Profitable

Posted by Rick Nischalke on December 29, 2016

Anyone who owns a business, whether it’s a small side business or a big and growing business, obviously wants it to be profitable.

Maybe you’ve been dragging your feet when it comes to implementing new models and strategies that could improve your business and make it more profitable.

Chances are, come the New Year, you’ll be changing all that. Here’s why:


The Fresh Start Effect

The “fresh start effect” was studied by Psychologists who found that turning points in life that mark a new beginning (such as a New Year) can empower business owners (and just people in general) to improve their habits and get their act together.

If you’re a business owner (whether you’re a blogger, a vlogger, a t-shirt designer or a jewelry-maker) you’ll notice a surge in your motivation to succeed when the New Year approaches, and that’s what the “fresh start effect” is all about.

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Topics: Small Business, Working Capital, Business Loans

4 Questions to Ask Before Applying for Loans for Working Capital

Posted by David Leibowitz on April 13, 2016

The lending marketplace is more diverse now today than ever before, and this is a very welcome change from a time when banks and credit unions ruled the industry. Clients have more choice, more leverage, and more freedom – and all of these are big steps in the right direction! 

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Topics: Working Capital, Business Loans

How to Get Business Equipment Funding

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on March 28, 2016

One of the most profitable investments that a business can make is to purchase new or used business equipment. However, for many small and mid-sized business owners, it’s also one of the most difficult transactions to move ahead with.

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Topics: Working Capital, Business Loans

How to Get Short Term Funding for Small Business

Posted by David Leibowitz on March 25, 2016

As a small business owner, you know how essential cash flow and working capital are to your continued growth – and in the long run, to your survival as well.

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Topics: Small Business, Working Capital

Working Capital Loan Requirements: What You Need to Know

Posted by Rick Nischalke on March 23, 2016
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Topics: Small Business, Working Capital

Business Financing Through Unconventional Methods

Posted by David Leibowitz on March 10, 2016

Although it’s hard to find much of a silver lining when thinking about the Great Recession – especially since some regions of the country haven’t fully recovered, and others might never get back to their pre-2008 levels of economic activity and growth – there is at least one significantly positive by-product: it created major disruption in the lending marketplace, which in turn has led to some unconventional business financing options. We highlight 3 of these below.

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Topics: Working Capital

The Risks and Rewards of Microlending

Posted by Rick Nischalke on February 19, 2016

While the concept of microlending is quite old, the web, together with the ongoing (and long overdue) diversification of the business lending marketplace has really changed the conversation. Today, microlending isn’t just viewed as legitimate, but for some businesses, it’s preferred.

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Topics: Responsible Lending, Working Capital

12 Facts You May Not Know About a Business Working Capital Loan

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on February 11, 2016

At Mulligan Funding, we have the pleasure and privilege of speaking with small and mid-sized business owners each day.

And we aren’t just saying “pleasure and privilege” because it sounds nice (or because we like alliteration…or would that be appreciate alliteration?). It’s because we truly enjoy educating business owners on the benefits of a business working capital loan.

So with this in mind, and because you may be reading this at 3am and our team has left for the day (hey, even the industry’s best Funding Specialists need sleep!), we thought it would be helpful to highlight 12 facts that you may not know about a business working capital loan:

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Topics: Working Capital

How Working Capital Loans for Women Help Shatter the “Glass Ceiling”

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on February 10, 2016

According to research by the Pew Research Center, the aptly-named “glass ceiling” that prevents competent, hard working and deserving women from fulfilling their career potential is still in place – despite the surprising fact that 79 percent of men who were surveyed believe that women make excellent business leaders.

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Topics: Working Capital

3 Tips to Maximize a Business Working Capital Loan When Opening a New Location

Posted by Mulligan Funding Blog Team on February 9, 2016

Many small business owners face a key challenge once their business reaches a certain point: they either have to “go big, or go home”. 

That is, they realize because they’re either not generating enough revenues, or because they see the potential to dramatically increase revenues – or usually a combination of both – that they need to open a new business location. It’s a strategic business necessity, because going into “maintenance and consolidation mode” isn’t an option.

If your small business is approaching this inflection point or has reached it, then be assured that this is a VERY positive development. In fact, it’s one of those “nice problems to have”.

 

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Topics: Working Capital, Business Loans