Many business owners and consumers are turning a cold shoulder to traditional banks and adopting alternative solutions, largely due to a lack of transparency and flexibility.
President and Co-Founder of Credibility Capital, Mark Rambler, offers lending advice for business owners. Read more.
This mobile app may be changing the way new businesses find funding, and vice versa. Learn more about Off3r, the mobile matchmaking app for business.
The crowdfunding landscape is changing for small businesses, thanks to new rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Learn what equity crowdfunding is, how it's changing, and what those changes mean for small business.
A panel of online financing experts joined us for a Google+ Hangout and they shared valuable insights about their companies and how to find alternative funding through online lenders.
Tax refunds can take a long time to reach your bank account, and that doesn't help you run your business. Learn how alternative lending can help keep you up and running while you wait for your refund.
Over 200 people have already registered for the next Access to Capital: Money to Mainstreet event! The one-day conference is the last stop on the tour for 2014 and is taking place in New York City on November 12. A panel of lending experts will discuss traditional and alternative lending options, and there will be spotlight presentations on equity, crowdfunding and business credit. Small [...]
Speaking to a lender for the first time can be a harrowing experience. The future of your business may be riding on the interaction and you may have concerns about qualifying for the loan if your business is new or if you don’t have all the necessary paperwork the lender is asking for. However, for [...]
Access to Capital Seattle was a huge success. Our business funding panels were packed with invaluable information for small business owners that we hope will guide them through whatever stage of business they’re in—from startup to growth. Please check out these full version panel videos and share them with friends, colleagues, or anyone who could benefit from them. [...]
Access to Capital Seattle was similar to our other events: hundreds of small business and startup owners attended, there were four informative panels of experts, and over forty representatives from local and national lenders. Though the décor and programming was the same as Los Angeles, Chicago, and Atlanta, there was one welcome addition to our [...]