According to a recent report detailed in a publication entitled “Global Entrepreneurship Monitor”, 2013 was an optimal year for start up businesses. The report was based on a survey of adult American entrepreneurs between April and June of last year. The report reflected a steady increase of new business creation since the recession leading up to 2014.
A Washington, D.C. economist attributed increases in business creation with access and availability of startup capital, whether from banks, angel investors or family members. Likewise, in a downturn where credit markets are frozen and capital is more difficult to come by, this consideration is reflected in the overall number of startup ventures in any given period.
While the above reflects an optimistic outlook for budding entrepreneurs ready and able to start new business ventures, a different study, conducted by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation (“Kauffman study”), painted an entirely different picture.
The Kauffman study, which based its data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Labor Department, concluded a lesser percentage of new business startups were created in 2013; and an even lesser amount of startups were created in 2011 and 2012. A researcher for Kauffman attributed the conclusions of the study to the lower number of “new entrepreneurs coming out of unemployment” or “necessity-driven entrepreneurs” who, out of sheer necessity, are forced to start businesses because they are unable to find full time employment.
Despite the disparity between the two reports, there does appear to be a trend towards economic recovery in the U.S. and an aim by the government, factoring companies like Capstone Capital Group, LLC, and others to help new business start, grow and thrive. Capstone prides itself as a factor whose objective is to help its clients succeed. As your factoring partner, we offer commercial financing, singleinvoice factoring, which can provide you with the capital you need to accelerate your cash flow and help your business continue to grow and thrive in today’s market on a more flexible basis than other factoring companies.
Optimism in a free market society seems to be the catalyst which spurs economic growth in most cases. Let’s hope the optimism continues to grow and investment capital remains steady in years to come.
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