The new website, www.smart-business-financing.com, shows business owners and finance professionals where to go for their business financing when the banks say no.
August 27, 2010 – Fredericksburg, VA — In today’s tough economic climate, many business owners and financial managers have gotten a crash course on the subject of rejection while searching for bank loans to get through downturns in their business, or for a fortunate few, to fund an unexpected growth spurt.
Luckily for them, the universe of business financing options is much broader than commercial banks. Explaining these alternatives and how to find them is where Smart-Business-Financing.Com comes in.
“There are hundreds of commercial finance companies that provide asset-based finance and non-bank lending alternatives,” says site creator and 13-year cash flow industry veteran, Mike Lieber.
According to Lieber, the problem for business owners and finance managers is that they don’t know these companies exist, or if they do, don’t know where to find them. “There’s plenty of money – trillions of dollars, in fact – but you have to know where to look for it,” he says.
Smart.Business.Financing.Com offers a wealth of information on powerful asset-based finance techniques, such as accounts receivable financing, receivables factoring, and purchase order financing. These tools offer businesses of all shapes and sizes great financial flexibility and a steady source of working capital financing – all without the limitations and hassles of bank lending. Asset-based business financing is not only premium fuel for growth, but also a lifeline for businesses suffering through a cash flow crunch.
Many kinds of companies regularly benefit from asset-based finance, but there are some industries that find this technique particularly valuable. Here’s a sampling:
• Automobile parts and supplies manufacturers
• Department stores
• Food processors/manufacturers
• Groceries and related products
• Lumber and other building products
• Metal goods manufacturers
• Metal service centers
• Motor-vehicle supplies and parts
• Radios, TVs, consumer electronics
• Steel products manufacturers
“The ongoing recession and tight credit conditions put asset-based finance on the radar of business owners and finance professionals across all industries who know about it,” says Lieber.
Visitors to the site can also learn about excellent non-bank alternatives for equipment finance and commercial real estate financing, and even a type of business cash advance known as credit card factoring.
For companies that are interested in exploring an array of business financing options, Smart.Business.Financing.Com is a very good place to start.
About AEGIS Financial Solutions, Inc.: Founded in 1998, Mike Lieber’s company has been on a mission to help people solve financial problems and get money when they need it most, using the fast and flexible resources of the cash flow industry.
Mike Lieber, President
AEGIS Financial Solutions, Inc.
88 E. River Bend Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
PH: (540) 548-2270