Getting social…… Technology is one of the most important tools that keeps small businesses ticking. Having the right functions in place can represent the difference between success and problems in the business.
Growth on the Rise in the Southern States… Nationally chartered banks in some southern states saw their loan growth rates double between 2012 and 2013 according to published reports.
Women Business Owners May Face Loan Gender Gap… Women who own small business are still behind their male counterparts when it comes to getting loans and government contracts, a recently released congressional report said. The report by Democratic staffers of the Senate Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee found that while women-owned businesses account for 30 […]
American Receivable volunteers to help make back to school easier for kids in their community… Tiffany Eitel, Vice President of Business Development and volunteers got up early Saturday morning July 19, 2014 to sort school supplies and put them into more than 1,000 backpacks for children in need. School supplies, clothing and backpacks will be […]
It’s not always in the name… For years factoring companies have gotten a bad name for all sorts of reasons. This has been due in great part to peoples misconceptions of what factoring companies really do and how they fill a void for many small companies with cash flow issues. Historically, factoring was used to […]
American Receivable Corporation celebrates 35 years….. 35 years ago this month American Receivable Corporation opened its office in Dallas and began helping businesses seeking factoring services. In the early years there were no sophisticated factoring software programs, email, or internet. What we did have were thermal fax machines and a rudimentary pegboard accounting system. Most […]
Tips for managing your cash flow… Most businesses experience slow cash flow at some point in time. Knowing how to prevent or handle this situation can be a challenge for even the savviest business person. Here are some tips to help navigate through these choppy waters: Before doing business with a company check a potential […]
Has e-commerce killed customer service? The internet has changed the way most of us go about our daily lives. From buying on-line to banking and bill paying, we no longer have personal contact with these services as we once did. The role of customer service has changed too, as customers rely on websites and automation […]
Factoring works….. For years small businesses have had few places to turn if they were seeking financing and were turned down by the bank. New and small businesses typically have a much harder time acquiring traditional loans to cover day-to-day operating costs much less additional cash to purchase new equipment or supplies. Fortunately factoring has […]
Dallas, Texas…. A great place to work and live Capping off Small Business Week May 12-16, Dallas ranked ninth for best cities in the country to work for a small business. Dallas was the top-ranked city in Texas on the list released by WalletHub. It was awarded sixth place for small business job growth, ninth […]