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“Stuff Happens” To Every Small Business

Smarter Loans article written by Joel Schlesinger Unexpected stuff happens to every small businesses. It can be an unplanned opportunity or an unexpected emergency. And for alternative lender Company Capital, those are the stories they hear regularly from potential borrowers.…

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The True Cost of a Small Business Loan

There are a lot of online lenders providing a great service to small businesses across Canada that can’t always get traditional financing to help grow their business. The online small business loan industry started in Canada about 10 years ago…

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What Small Business Lenders are looking at

Year after year and survey after survey, Canadian small business owners list access to funding as the most challenging part of growing their business. The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses reports that of the smallest businesses (5 employees or less),…

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Get a short term business loan to pay your taxes

For most small businesses in Canada, April 30th can be a major strain on cash flow. Both GST/HST and income taxes are due. Adding to the cash flow headache is the fact most small businesses are trying to ramp up…

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Small Business Loans through Crowdfunding

There are a lot of alternatives to the bank these days for small businesses to access money to grow their business. AltFi or Alternative Financing has exploded in the past 5 years and one option is referred to as Crowdfunding.…

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On-line small business loans are easy

Another great article featuring Company Capital and some of our happy clients. Vancouver Sun reporter Jenny Lee wrote the article that profiled Sara Mosherchak the owner of Eyeland Framemakers in Vancouver and Talia Erickson the owner of Buddings Daycare, also…

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Why so many businesses are turning to on line small business loans

  A report out of the US says one in five small businesses are turning to non-bank alternative lenders for their financing needs. And former Small Business Administration head Karen Mills (now a senior fellow at Harvard Business School) reports…

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