Posts Written by Joe Camberato

About Joe Camberato

Joseph Camberato, President at National Business Capital, developed a passion for business at a young age. Joseph has a true respect for anyone who owns a business and enjoys engaging them in discussions of how they “made it happen”.

Are Unsecured Business Loans a Bad Idea?

In theory, unsecured business loans are the perfect finance options for many business owners. However, as enticing as no collateral requirements may seem, the word “unsecured” raises a red flag for some. Here are some questions to consider before deciding if getting an unsecured business loan is a bad idea for your business: What Makes aRead More

Trump’s Steel Tariffs: Are You Prepared?

President Trump’s aluminum and steel tariffs are leaving the heads of business owners around the world scratching their heads—along with members of his own party.   For business owners still curious as to how Trump’s tariffs are affecting their businesses (despite Wilbur Ross’ enlightening soup can analogy), the financing advisors at National Business Capital brokeRead More

When Does it Make Sense to Get a Secured Business Loan?

A secured business loan is business funding that is backed by pledged assets — which can include physical items like vehicles, inventory and real estate, or securities like bonds, mortgages, accounts receivables. While each lender has its own policies, many will allow borrowers who don’t have sufficient business collateral to make up the shortfall withRead More

Do You Have the Funding to Prepare for the Vital Holiday Season?

Whew! The fast pace of summer business has slowed down giving business owners a chance to re-group and prepare for the upcoming rush of the holiday season. October can be a slow business month, especially for retailers and restaurants. This can make it the perfect time to address your holiday business funding requirements. Do you have theRead More

Small Business Working Capital Loan Options

What are your options? Building and growing a business can be very difficult—especially when income and capital aren’t always consistent. If you need to keep your business afloat, or grow certain aspects, there are merchant capital loan options that are available for businesses of all types. Business Line of Credit: Even if you don’t haveRead More

Can Bad Credit Business Borrowers Be a Good Investment?

For example, take alternative business lender OnDeck. This company may lend to businesses with a FICO score as low as 500, as long as the business is at least 1 year old and generating more than $100K in annual revenues. They have coined their own score called the OnDeck Score, which company staff when evaluatingRead More

5 Ways to Overcome Your Business’ Plateau

Everything has a cycle and that includes business. There will be times when, despite sales and marketing initiatives, that growth is flat. Not knowing what has caused the slump or how long it will last can be unnerving, even for the seasoned professional. Business plateaus prompt organizational evaluation, and possibly reveal opportunities for change andRead More

Top Online Construction Management Resources

While many industries expect their top management to acquire higher education and advanced degrees as they move up the corporate ladder, managers in the construction industry are beginning to take a different approach. While online degrees remain an option, the most up-to-date information is not likely to be found in online classrooms. Online industry tradeRead More

Top Ways to Finance Your Construction Business

New construction starts will begin as soon as ground can be broken this Spring. The slower cold weather months allow construction company owners to make necessary repairs and to budget for the more active months ahead. There is still time for construction business owners to get their financial houses in order by learning more aboutRead More

Top Reasons Why Medical Offices Consider Alternative Financing

In recent years, physicians and other healthcare providers who have been dissatisfied with long financing timelines at traditional lenders have turned for financing assistance to alternative financing companies. Here are some of the chief reasons for this paradigm shift:

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