Capital Lending

Helping companies grow with non-diluitive capital


We have expertise in a broad range of industries and are ready to help you take your company get to the next level with non-dilutive capital. Apply now. 

  • Architects
  • Auto Repair
  • Bars
  • Bowling Alleys
  • Carpenters
  • Contractors
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Electricians
  • Environmental Companies
  • General Contractors
  • Government/ Municipal Contractors
  • Salons
  • HVAC 
  • Landscaping
  • Logistics
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing & Advertising
  • Oil & Mining
  • Painters
  • Plumbers
  • Restaurants
  • Roofers
  • Staffing Agencies
  • Steel Fabrication
  • Tire Dealers
  • Transportation
  • Wholesale
  • and many more…



The needs of a business vary from company to company that is why as your funding advisor we are here to help you select the best funding solution for your unique financial needs. Click here to get started now. 

Companies Need Business Funding in Tough Times and For Managed Growth

There are a variety of flexible funding solutions to help businesses like yours get the capital they need: 

Invoice Financing (also known as Accounts Receivable Financing)
Invoice financing allows businesses to borrow money against the amounts due from customers, rather than waiting to be paid. The lender receives a portion of the invoice as a fee for borrowing the money. This type of loan is a short-term financing strategy that can be particularly useful when a large customer is delaying payment for a long period of time to the detriment of your business. Invoice financing improves cash flow and enables you to fund your business without relying on prompt payment.

Invoice Factoring
Invoice factoring is similar to invoice financing. With invoice factoring, you work with a factoring company that acts as the lender and purchases the invoices in exchange for a lump sum. The lender collects payment when your customers pay the invoice. The biggest difference between this strategy and invoice financing is that the factoring company takes over responsibility for collecting the invoice from the customer.

Purchase Order Financing
Purchase order financing is an excellent option for businesses that have received a large order they may not have enough liquid assets to fulfill at the moment. Rather than losing the business and harming the brand’s public image, businesses can choose to get purchase order financing.

Contract Financing
(private and government)
Contract financing lets businesses receive a cash advance on a deal, whether private or government. Similar to purchase order financing, contract financing is useful for businesses that receive a large contract, but don’t have the resources to complete it.

Equipment Leasing
Whether you need a new forklift or upgraded tanning beds, we can help with your equipment leasing needs. For many businesses, leasing makes more sense than buying equipment. It allows businesses to access the equipment they need without taking out a loan.

Turnaround Financing
(debt consolidation, debt restructure, dip financing)
We can help you fund a turnaround of your business, whether through debt consolidation, debt restructure, or dip financing. These loan types can help you address cash flow issues and get your business back on track.

Short Term Loans
(bridge loans, business line of credit, business cash advance)
Short term loans are a great way to get cash quickly, whether to replace equipment, take care of an emergency, or pursue a new business goal. Bridge loans, lines of credit, and cash advances are all types of short term loans that can make a huge difference when you need cash quickly.

Supply Chain Financing
Supply chain financing (also called reverse factoring) allows organizations to extend payment terms to their suppliers and pay the suppliers early, which improves cash flow. This allows businesses and their suppliers to optimize working capital and increase liquidity for both parties.

Import Financing
Importing supplies or products can be quite complicated, and import financing makes it easier for businesses to make purchases from other countries without worrying about cash flow. Shipping products from outside of the country can take a long time, which can become an issue for business owners with limited assets. Import financing negates this issue to help you make investments in your business