Handling Larger Inventory Orders
Our client, a rapidly growing apparel wholesaler, encountered a cash flow challenge that complicated their ability to keep up with rising demand.
Streamlined Cash Flow; Inventory Bottleneck Mitigated
Doubling Down on Fantastic Progress
Our client was sitting on multiple large contracts from major companies – like Disney, PNC Bank, 3M, and Gamestop – and needed upfront funding to move forward.
$22MM to $30MM Revenue Growth
Checked Your Rate Recently? Maybe You Should…
After speaking with National Business Capital, a client discovered their bank credit line rate was 5 times higher than expected. Our team provided bridge funding to complement their bank financing when the bank refused to raise their limit despite a 37-year relationship.
Bridged Payment Gap & Subordinated a Bank Line
Keeping Up With Demand
A rapidly growing apparel manufacturer needed $150,000 to keep up with the high demand for their inventory.
Maintained Growth Momentum
Accelerating a Partner Buyout
Our client operated their automotive business with a business partner for two years, but it came time to make a change. They had an opportunity to buy out their partner and become the sole owner of the business.
New Jobs & Revenue Growth
Where Bank Financing Falls Short
Our client built a profitable transportation business, but it was still difficult for the bank to wrap its heads around the client’s growth plan.
2 Trucks, 2 Drivers, & Additional $50,000 in Monthly Revenue
A Smarter & Faster SBA Loan Process
Our client had an opportunity to buy a large competitor’s business at a heavily discounted price, but they couldn't afford to wait 6+ months for their funds.
100% Ownership in New Business; No Equity Partners
Game-Changing Supplier Discounts
Our client had an opportunity to purchase inventory at a 25% discount, but didn’t have enough working capital readily available to support the move.
$500,000 in Annual Savings
Increased Purchasing Power
Our client wanted to buy materials and equipment directly from the manufacturer instead of going through a middleman. They had to purchase in bulk, which wouldn’t work for their current cash flow situation.
$100,000 in Weekly Savings and Increased Efficiency
Subordinated Funding for a Multi-Million Dollar Partner Buyout
Our client was given the opportunity to buy out their business partners that no longer fit their formula and become the sole owner of the business.