21 days. That's the time frame you're facing. Maybe a large order has come in, and you don't have the operating capital to fill it. Or you're waiting to collect a pile of unpaid invoices and you're getting squeezed.
21 days. You don't want to turn it down. In fact, you need this order to keep growing your business. You need cash, and quick.
You don't have 21 days to wait around for long-term solutions: you're a company on fire. You want action in five days.
You went to the bank, but they said "No," because:
...your company hasn't been in business long enough to see a sustained track record.
...your company is growing too quickly.
...your customer base is too concentrated.
...your net worth doesn't fit the bank's parameters.
...your personal credit score has suffered a bit due to your commitment to your business.
...some mysterious reason that they never explained.
You don't want to involve venture capital investors. You've worked hard to build your business — why should someone else reap the rewards of the growth? Besides, can venture capitalists ever move fast enough to help a company on fire?
Let us help you determine your cash flow needs and continue to move your business forward.
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