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How to Grow Business in an Unnatural Economy - Capstone

How to Grow Business in an Unnatural Economy

21:58 15 June in Blog
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Stalled growth, disappearing jobs and a sense of foreboding are the defining characteristics of today’s economy. So, what or who is to blame? According to one theorist, the process of “creative destructions,” whereby the death of one business or industry gives rise to another, is...

Market Woes Affecting Online Lenders - Capstone

Market Woes Affecting Online Lenders

11:54 08 January in Blog
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There’s a great deal of uncertainty in the market right now. The Fed has already increased their target short-term rate from 0.25% to 0.5%, and they’re planning on increasing it incrementally throughout 2016. In recent years, online platforms like LendingClub Corp. and Prosper Marketplace, Inc....

Bank Loan or Invoice Finance

Bank Loan or Invoice Finance: What’s Best for You?

01:53 12 October in Blog
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Here is the situation: unexpectedly, you receive a huge product or service order. Besides the huge profit you’ll net by filling the order, you’ll also be establishing a business relationship with a desirable client. There’s just one problem: you don’t have the funds to buy...

Benefits of Trade Financing

Four Undeniable Benefits of Trade Financing

18:14 17 September in Blog
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The trade financing market is valued at around 10 trillion dollars. The question is: how do you align your business to profit from it? More importantly, what is trade financing, and how does it work? What is Trade Financing?  In today’s global economy, having international clientele can...

A Case Study From Capstone

A Case Study From Capstone

22:07 18 February in Blog
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Through the use of Capstone's unique funding programs, our clients take advantage of opportunities that would otherwise be lost as a result of being undercapitalized. One of our most recent success stories is an interior design firm that was the successful bidder for a Fortune...

Why Policy Dictates the Economic Outlook

Why Policy Dictates the Economic Outlook

17:52 12 February in Blog
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Last year, small businesses made capital investment decisions over "whether an expiring tax provision, Sec. 179—which allowed for $500,000 of accelerated depreciation for equipment purchases—would be continued, or whether a scaled-down version with a much lower threshold of $25,000 would take its place," according to...

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