Alternative Funding

Alternative funding refers to any type of funding that isn’t in the form of a traditional bank loan. With alternative funding, business owners may find the screening process to be less rigorous and access to the money your business needs may be made available to you quicker than a traditional lending option. The following videos include expert advice and some case studies from small business owners to help you understand the different types of alternative funding options that may be available, and whether or not they are a good fit for your business.

Merchant Cash Advance

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