Business Services Funding
Funding Business Services with Confidence
A business service company usually provide at the B2B market. Despite the services your business provides, all business service companies need capital. Whether it’s to increase cash flow, pay off debt, or have money to pay off unexpected expenses your company can capitalize with an installment of funds into your bank account.
Trying to apply to get a business services funding from a traditional lender, or bank, is extremely difficult, especially if you operate in a high-risk market. With more paperwork you can count, you’ll be receiving the funds way too late than when you needed them. Opportunities to grow and expand are right at your finger tips, let Capitalize Loans help you at the palm at your hand.
Business Services Funding Solution
As a direct alternative lender, Capitalize Loans can approve more business services loans than traditional lenders, often in just one business day. We provide a number of different types of small business funding to help grow your business services, with funding from $13,000 up to $5,000,000.
How to use Business Services Loan
Capitalize Loans understands the difficulty of a business services company. Business services can skirt a variety of service offerings. Each business service has it’s own niche, thus having it’s own obstacles and unexpected expenses.
Business service funding can be used to overcome the obstacles faced by your niche. A loan can provide cash flow to improve or expand your business, including:
- Adding new revenue streams or offer additional services
- purchase new inventory, equipment, and supplies at lower volume prices
- Invest in specialized training to stay on the cutting edge of your industry
- Expand to, or acquire, a new location
- Invest in marketing and advertising
How Business Services Funding Works
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Apply for Small Business Capital
After filling out our single application, you’ll get to speak to one of our dedicated advisors to take the time to get to know your business and help you understand your small business funding and repayment options.