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Hospitality Design ExpoMalcolm FergusonJune 5, 2013
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By Malcolm Ferguson In mid-May, I attended the Hospitality Design Expo held in Las Vegas, which exhibits the latest in hospitality design for hotels, motels, resorts and most recently the healthcare industry, namely senior centers. It has quite an impressive … Continue reading

Factoring is Not a Four Letter WordAndrew TananbaumJune 3, 2013
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By Andrew Tananbaum Recently, I guest blogged for the Commercial Finance Association Blog regarding the trend of large investment grade companies utilizing supply chain financing. Here is an excerpt from the post: It has been widely reported that P&G has … Continue reading

Types of Secured LendingDavid MontielMay 6, 2013
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By David Montiel Over the years, finance companies have developed a set of solutions designed to solve the financing and credit needs of small and mid-size companies. The three main types of secured lending are as follows: • Factoring is … Continue reading

The Year of Lending ExpansionGlenn SchwartzApril 29, 2013
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By Glenn Schwartz 2013 is turning into the year of lending expansion. Lenders all over the country are growing their product offerings to try diversifying their portfolios and making themselves more attractive to new customers. Traditional banks are offering products … Continue reading

Lenders vs. BanksKevin StapletonApril 23, 2013
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By Kevin Stapleton In this economy it is becoming increasingly common for companies to seek out more working capital in order to help grow and run their businesses. When looking to find the best factoring option for you, it is … Continue reading

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By Joe Pepe As clothing manufacturers continue to feel a squeeze from their retail customers, they are looking to move manufacturing to protect their margins. Originally, manufacturers went to China because it was a good, low cost option that also … Continue reading

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By Andrew Tananbaum Every quarter Capital Business Credit surveys importers and manufacturers of retail goods to get their take on the health of the market and retail trends. This quarter, the survey results reflect very mixed reviews regarding what the … Continue reading

Observations from the Chicago Home ShowMike BackenrothMarch 26, 2013
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By Mike Backenroth Last week I experienced the Chicago Home Show for the first time. It had quite an impressive turnout, with an estimated 60,000 people in attendance to see the latest in home furnishings. The show’s halls were filled … Continue reading

Working with Distressed InvestorsBill DrmacichMarch 18, 2013
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By Bill Drmacich We’re not talking about investors that are distressed, but rather, investors who don’t shy away from investing in a company that has gone through tough times. Over the years, Capital Business Credit (CBC) has had considerable success … Continue reading

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By Dan Maner Trade finance, financial facilities that enable importers to work with their suppliers overseas, have traditionally been utilized by large companies. However, at CBC’s North Carolina office, we are seeing an uptick in small and mid – sized … Continue reading

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