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  • Debunking Three Myths About Merchant Cash Advances

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    16 March, 2018

    If your business needs additional working capital, a merchant cash advance is a good option when you need quick financing at a rate you can afford. However, due to myths and misconceptions, some business owners don’t consider merchant cash advances when looking for business financing. We will address and debunk a few of these myths.

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  • How To Speed Up Your Funding And Avoid The Dreaded Killed Deal

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    26 February, 2018

    As the world of small business financing continues to mature, we are seeing that the price of a product is becoming less of differentiator. Instead, the service and speed of funding contracts is quickly becoming the factor for funding companies. At Rapid Capital Funding, we've taken significant steps by investing in systems and people to address this issue. Over the past few months we have improved our speed of funding contracts significantly, by two business days, with most contracts funding in under four days.

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  • 7 Hacks to Up Your Holiday Productivity

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    21 November, 2017

    Between the parties, presents and preparations, the holiday season leaves everyone running in a million different directions with distractions a-plenty.  And let’s face it — it’s quite difficult to stay focused on business with visions of sugar plums dancing about in our heads. 

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  • What Every Small Business Owner Needs to Know About Holiday Pay

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    26 October, 2017

    By now your holiday preparations should be in full swing as we start the downhill roll toward the year’s end that seems to increase at warp speed after Halloween. One issue to consider before those big days arrive is holiday pay.

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  • Does Everyone Need EMV?

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    3 August, 2017

    The U.S. has seen nearly two years pass since the EMV liability deadline in October 2015, yet many businesses still have not installed card readers that accept the chip-embedded credit cards. For some businesses, such as those that handle large volume or high-cost transactions, which makes them more susceptible to card-present fraud, switching to an EMV-compliant POS system immediately is critical. These high-risk businesses would include stores like electronics and jewelry retailers, high-end and designer clothing shops, and firearms retailers. However, some businesses – mostly service-related businesses like doctor’s offices, dental offices and accounting firms, are typically at less risk, so upgrading to EMV isn’t as crucial for them.

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  • SEO Tips Every Small Business Owner Needs

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    12 July, 2017

    If you have a company website, you’ve probably heard the acronym SEO. Short for search engine optimization, this is what helps Google, Bing and other search engines decide how to rank your small business website.

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  • Despite the Rise of Mobile Payments, Cash is Still King

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    21 June, 2017


    With all the recent hoopla surrounding mobile payments, EMV embedded-chip payment cards and wearable payment devices, it might make some people believe that cash as a form of payment is on its way out. But it’s not. In fact, cash is experiencing something of a resurgence recently. According to a report from Retail Banking Research Ltd. (RBR), cash usage is growing nearly as fast globally as are cashless payment methods. The research firm looked at the transaction trends in 60 countries, and found while cashless methods – which include card transactions, checks, direct debits and credit transfers – rose 7.6 percent annually from 2010 to 2014, the volume of cash withdrawals from ATMs, which RBR uses as a proxy for cash usage, grew almost as fast, at a rate of 7.1 percent over the same four year period. That rate is even more impressive when you consider that each ATM withdrawal likely represents multiple payments.

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  • 4 tips for hiring exceptional seasonal talent for your small business

    Posted by Brooke Tajer
    26 May, 2017

  • Tips to Make Productive To-Do Lists

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    26 April, 2017

    Writing down tasks distills and makes easier to remember the things you need to focus on. The effort you're expending on a list, manipulating and prioritizing tasks, tells your brain it's important.

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  • 5 Effective Ways to Reduce or Eliminate Small Business Stress

    Posted by Joshua Griffin
    19 April, 2017

    The impact small and medium enterprises (SME) have on the US economy is robust, to say the least. According to a recent release of NIFB Small Business Economic Trends, overall optimism remained at one of its highest ratings in 43 years. With high expectations from small business owners, it's important to be aware of and knowledgeable about some of the immediate pain points that today’s small businesses face.

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  • 10 Networking Tips for Entrepreneurs

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    29 March, 2017


    “It’s who you know.” Think about how many times you’ve heard someone utter that phrase over the years. Here’s the thing ­– it’s true. If you’re running a small to midsize business, the importance of learning how to network effectively cannot be overstated. Networking can help you form important business connections, increase your sales through referrals, create profitable joint ventures with other business owners and more. Here are 10 helpful tips for honing your networking skills …

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  • 5 Tips for Improving Company Communications

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    15 March, 2017


    It’s natural to spend a lot of time focusing on how your staff communicates with customers. But your very success as a small business might depend just as much on your internal communication. You don't want a staff working out of sync with your mission and vision.

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  • How the Mobile Revolution is Reshaping Customer Relationships

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    10 March, 2017


    It was just a generation ago, most customer and merchant interaction was face to face. Sure, there were times retailers took phone orders, but business was in person, and any after-sale services were limited to that store location. That seems quaint by today’s standards, when thanks to the internet, we have access to an endless supply of tools that provide customers and merchants with plenty of opportunities for interaction, including search engines, social media, connected devices, email, and newsletters. This digitalization is visible in every aspect of our daily lives, to the point where being connected 24/7 is no longer the exception; rather, it’s the norm. We use apps on our mobile devices to contact Uber and do our grocery shopping, and we even use apps connected to devices in our homes, like thermostats that help ensure our homes are at a comfortable temperature when we arrive home from work.Digital mobility is transforming consume services and provision. Our smartphones have become extensions of ourselves, by our sides 24/7 and always ready to do our bidding. This digitalization is also changing the merchant/consumer paradigm, resulting in a new era of relationship that is more open and accessible than ever before.This shift to digitalization of the merchant/consumer paradigm is shaping the new face of the customer relationship. Not long ago, brands were the only ones delivering messages to the masses, mostly through print and broadcast advertising. Today, customers are active participants in the customer-brand relationship, and they have unprecedented access to brands through social media that would have been unimaginable just a few decades ago. Today’s customers are empowered to ask questions, give reviews, provide recommendations and even lodge complaints against products and companies, all of which have the potential to influence the purchasing decisions of total strangers. Companies have had to adapt their strategies to include the customer influence and involvement throughout a brand’s life cycle.Businesses adapt to this new digital consumer era by actively listening to their customer’s concerns, wants and needs. Digital platforms, especially social media, give consumers the power to drive the strategy of their favorite brands by enabling (and in some cases, ennobling) them to discuss their desires directly with the brands themselves, or with other fans and detractors of the brands. This concept, dubbed “social listening,” guides brands into making more proactive decisions by addressing dicy conversations and customer dissatisfaction before it gets to the point of no return. It is easier to be on top of things, and deal with a couple of unhappy customer posts before being caught in a deluge of negative customer experience posts. In fact, the resolution of the first handful of posts can help flag potential issues early and prevent further complaints.

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  • BOOTSTRAPPING 101 FOR THE CASH-STRAPPED ENTREPRENEUR

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    24 February, 2017


    Did you start your business without taking money from an outside investor or bank? If you got your business up and running on your dime, what you’re doing is known as “bootstrapping.” This approach to funding your business has its advantages. For one, you are unequivocally your own boss. Plus, you aren’t dividing up your profitability pie down the road. Of course, the main disadvantage of going it alone is that your resources will be a little more limited. So, how do you keep your head above water without the help of angel investors and venture capitalists? We have a few ideas:

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  • Rapid Capital Funding Merges with Capital for Merchants

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    8 February, 2017

    North American Bancard Holdings has made the decision to consolidate the best parts of both Rapid Capital Funding and Capital for Merchants, another cash advance brand under North American Bancard Holdings (NAB), under the Rapid Capital Funding umbrella, to create a new merchant cash advance service that will provide an even better, more personalized financial service to small and medium-sized merchants. As you may be aware, both companies are currently owned and operated by NAB, and provide an ideal way for merchants to get an infusion of quick cash into their businesses, whether it’s for new equipment, adding an employee or a new location, or an unexpected expense.

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  • 5 Proven Leadership Tips for Small Business Owners

    Posted by Brooke Tajer
    25 January, 2017


    To succeed as a small business owner, you often need to guide your team through choppy waters. Leadership is key to a small business's success. So how do you get there? Focusing on these key areas should help you become the leader you want to be.

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  • 5 Event Sponsorship Tips That Will Get Customers to Your Doorstep

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    20 January, 2017

    When it comes to event sponsorships, we often think of them as big business and corporate territory. They’re not typically at the top of a small business owner’s list of marketing strategies, but they are to

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  • 7 Giveaway Mistakes That Could Be Hurting Your Business

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    5 January, 2017

    Giveaways can go a long way toward building engagement among loyal customers, attract new ones and brand your business, that is, when they go well. However, there’s more to giveaways than just deciding to give something away. Without a clear strategy and careful planning, there’s a risk that your giveaway could end up doing more harm than good for your business

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  • How to Create a Customer Loyalty Program That Really Works

    Posted by Brooke Tajer
    27 December, 2016


    In business, loyal customers are worth a lot, and it pays to keep them happy. Estimates say it can cost five to 10 times more to attract a new customer than it does to sell to those you already have. Not only that, but existing customers spend more than new customers.

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  • 5 Workplace Giving Programs to Boost Employee Morale

    Posted by Brooke Tajer
    20 December, 2016


    It is true that nothing feels better than giving back to others, which is why workplace giving programs are such a great way to not only do good in the world but to boost your team’s morale. In fact, research shows that 79 percent of people prefer to work for a socially responsible company.

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  • 6 Sales Promotions that Work for Small Businesses

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    13 December, 2016

    When it comes to selling products and services, sometimes you’ve got to mix things up a bit. Alway peddling the same products for the same price rarely works for business, which is why sales promotions are so prevalent. From going-out-of-business sales to Groundhog Day deals, small businesses are constantly looking for hooks to win customers and increase revenue.

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  • Working Capital Challenges and Solutions for Small Businesses

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    6 December, 2016

    Sixty four percent of small businesses expect to achieve major growth within the next 12 months, according to a recentSmall Business Health Index study, and many of them expect to need some kind of working capital to help achieve that growth. However, of the small business owners who plan to seek out funding, 42 percent say it’s extremely challenging to obtain that working capital, and many experts believe it may be because of the smaller amounts of money that is needed, for which the typical loan process usually doesn’t allow.

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  • 3 Ways to Motivate Seasonal Employees

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    27 October, 2016

    Now that you've picked all the best seasonal employees you can find, your challenge is keeping them motivating throughout their time with you. The pressure of the season can take its toll over time, dragging down enthusiasm and energy.

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  • 8 Tips for Creating an Effective Company Culture

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    20 October, 2016

    So, you’ve started a small to midsize business… Now, what is that business all about? What are its core values? What is its personality? Whatever your answers to these questions are, they will help you to define your company culture. Here are some tips to help you build the company culture you’ll need to keep your employees engaged and productive.

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  • Work Life Balance Tips for Entrepreneurs

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    13 October, 2016

    The promise of a better work life balance is one of the main reasons most entrepreneurs want to be their own bosses in the first place. Of course the irony is, virtually every new business owner soon finds themselves overwhelmed by a to-do list that’s infinitely longer than they could have ever imagined. Today, we look at a few helpful tips business owners can utilize to make sure they maintain the healthy work life balance necessary to avoid entrepreneurial burnout.

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  • For the Health of It

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    7 October, 2016

    As a business owner, you probably tend to work long hours, leaving little time for leisure activities – or much else. While your dedication and hard work is admirable, they can have a detrimental effect on your long-term overall health. Skipped meals, lack of exercise, too much stress, not enough sleep, little downtime – any one of them alone can cause problems, but when you combine two or more, they can lead you down the road to poor health. Many experts agree that Americans don’t get enough exercise and sleep, we don’t eat right and we are under too much stress. And for some reason Americans don’t like to take their vacation time, and when they do, they often stay connected to the office! Your responsibilities as a business owner include doing your best to stay healthy, if not for yourself, then for the employees and customers who rely on you. Following are some tips on how to incorporate some health-boosting behaviors into your busy life that will help put you on the path to good health:

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  • A Glimpse Into The Future Trends Of Fintech

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    30 September, 2016

    Fintech has already started to transform the banking, finance and transaction sectors rapidly. Fintech is well on its way to eventually capturing significant market share from conventional banking. In fact, the vast majority of fintech companies began serving banks as their customers. Now over the past few years, we are seeing more companies transitioning into serving niche products, clients and sales channels that banks are neglecting, resulting in their winning of significant market share. As the fintech industry continues to grow, so will the disruption it causes traditional banking and financials. Some of that disruption, is highlighted by these major trends that are forecasted to add convenience to our lives as consumers, and create an opportunity for those working in the banking and finance industries:

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  • Negotiation Tips for Entrepreneurs

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    15 September, 2016

    As a business owner, learning how to effectively negotiate can both help you maximize your profitability, and enhance your relationships with clients and vendors. Today, we offer a few ways to ensure you leave every negotiation without feeling like you left something on the table, while simultaneously boosting your standing in the business community.

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  • Bootstrapping 101

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    9 September, 2016

    Now that you have worked tirelessly, night and day, to get your business off the ground, the reality confronting you is the hardest part yet, finding financing, especially from traditional lenders such as banks.  Well, there is good news. Rapid Capital Funding's small business financing products are in greater demand than ever (which means we're on to something). Often our client's requests are for much more capital than which they qualify.  But our merchants are fearless when it comes to business, most use the financing for mission critical needs then bootstrap for the rest, because failure is not an option.

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  • Small Business Turnover

    Posted by Maisey Short
    2 September, 2016

    Running your own small business is exciting but often leads to some challenges. In fact, employee turnover is a common but expensive problem that many small businesses face. If your small business is looking to prevent high turnover rates then read the causes, costs and ways of reducing employee turnover below:

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  • 25 Inspiring Quotes for Entrepreneurs

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    25 August, 2016

    As you have undoubtedly already discovered, running your own business isn’t easy. There are innumerable challenges on the road to entrepreneurial success. The business owners who make it are the ones who rise up to meet those challenges and persevere when things get tough. Below, we offer up 25 quotes that you can look to for inspiration when the entrepreneurial going gets tough.

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  • TRAITS OF SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURS

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    19 August, 2016

    Are successful entrepreneurs born or made? Opinions vary, however the reality probably lies somewhere in the middle. What we do know is that the most successful entrepreneurs tend to share many of the same character traits. They tend to be:

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  • Customer Engagement Tips for Small Businesses

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    12 August, 2016

    If you’re a small to midsized business owner who is competing against larger corporations with more resources, utilizing an effective customer engagement strategy is going to be essential to your success. By engaging with customers on a personal (and personalized) level, you’ll help develop the trust necessary to create the long-term relationships you need to reach and even surpass your sales goals. So, how can you engage with your customers in a way that will have them return to your business again and again? We have a few ideas …

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  • Mastering a Niche is Key to Small Business Success

    Posted by Seth Saperstein
    5 August, 2016

    Not even the largest businesses can be all places at once. In other words, there will always be spaces to be filled when it comes to finding a market and these gaps are perfect for niche businesses. Although finding the right market or determining if there is a market at all can be difficult, in today’s blog we’re going to talk about key elements of mastering niche marketing.

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  • How To Recover From A Social Media Disaster

    Posted by Maisey Short
    29 July, 2016

    Has anyone on your team ever posted content that was inappropriate or hurtful to your business? Well you are not alone! Many organizations go through social media blunders at one point or another. The main concern you should have is how you are going to react to the problem. Take a look at these tips to help you survive the aftermath of a social media disaster:

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  • Efficiency 101 for Small Business Owners

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    21 July, 2016

    As a small business owner, there are times when you probably wish there were more hours in your day to get everything done. Unfortunately, science has not figured out how to add hours to the day, but you can learn how to work smarter. Working smarter makes you more efficient, and when you maximize efficiency you can actually increase revenue by bringing down overhead costs and standing out from the competition, not to mention giving yourself a little more free time for other, non-business related activities. Here are some ways that increasing efficiency can help you, your business, your employees and your customers:

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  • How To Create A Franchise From An Existing Business

    Posted by Seth Saperstein
    15 July, 2016

    So you want to expand your business into hundreds more, but you don’t know where to start? Well, a good place to start thinking is whether to franchise or not. It may just be the right move for you and your business.

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  • How To Speed Up Your Funding & Minimize Frustration

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    7 July, 2016

    As the world of alternative funding for small businesses continues to mature we are seeing the price for the product is becoming less of differentiator. The service and speed of funding contracts is quickly becoming a major factor for funding companies. At Rapid Capital Funding we've taken significant steps to invest in systems and people in order to speed up our process. It’s now commonplace for our clients to receive their funds within two business days.

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  • Why You Need A Virtual Assistant

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    15 June, 2016

    As a small business owner, you wear a lot of hats, and most likely you work a lot of hours. But if you find yourself working more and more on administrative tasks rather than working at your business goals, then it may be time to consider hiring a virtual assistant. A virtual assistant (VA) can free you up to do what you need in order to grow your business while knowing that the everyday tasks are getting done correctly and efficiently. This becomes even more important if you are a solopreneur with no employees to whom to delegate such tasks – a VA can be an invaluable tool to take some daily administrative tasks off your hands.

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  • Creating a Work-Life Balance

    Posted by NANCY BAKANOWICZ
    8 June, 2016

    The lines between work and down time are increasingly being blurred, thanks to the advent of smartphones and other connected devices that have us in an “always on” mode. Leaving the office at 5 PM doesn’t necessarily mean we leave our work there – many companies provide employees with laptop computers so they can do work at home and cellphones so they can be reached after hours. This technology allows us to work from anywhere at any time of the day or night. A Harvard Business School survey showed that 94 percent of working professionals say they regularly work more than 50 hours a week and nearly half said they work more than 65 hours a week.

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  • Tips for Updating Your Website

    Posted by Ashley Fisher
    3 June, 2016

    If your current website isn't performing as well as you would like, it could be time to update it. Redesigning a tired website doesn't just give you the opportunity to apply a fresh, new look to the online face of your business. You also have the opportunity to tweak and improve any areas that may be hindering your success.

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  • Alternative Lenders Disrupting Big Bank Lending To Small Business

    Posted by SCOTT GRIEST
    26 May, 2016

    Tech based alternative lenders have doubled in origination volume every year since 2005 according to a recent Harvard Business School working paper. In 2014 the volume was $5 billion dollars’ worth and everyone in the industry, including myself, believe 2015 was near $8 billion. While $8 billion may be a large number, it is only about 3 percent of the total market place for small business financing in the U.S.

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  • Rapid Capital Funding Memorial Day Hours

    Posted by ASHLEY LITTLES
    25 May, 2016

    In observance of Memorial Day our business hours for Monday, May 30, will be as follows:

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  • 8 Hiring Tips for Small Business Owners

    Posted by JEREME SANBORN
    20 May, 2016

    Hiring the right staff is obviously an important task for any business. For small to midsized businesses, however, it’s doubly important. That’s because smaller businesses, by their nature, have fewer employees. As a result, each hire represents a larger percentage of that business’s total workforce. Here are a few hiring tips to help ensure you assemble the staff you need to make all your entrepreneurial dreams a reality.

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  • The Top Social Trends You Should Know

    Posted by Brooke Tajer
    13 May, 2016

    Developing a social media presence for your business is not as simple as setting up a Facebook or Twitter account and then hoping for the best. If you want your social networking efforts to yield results, it is absolutely imperative you develop a strong social media marketing strategy from the get-go. Failure to effectively plan your social networking efforts will result not only in diminished ROI, but could make your business look like you are running behind the times. To ensure your social media marketing strategy is optimized for success in 2016, here are a few social networking trends you need to be aware of:

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  • El Fogon Tacos & Beer Keeps it Fresh with a Merchant Cash Advance

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    29 April, 2016

    Filiberto Landa, owner of El Fogon Tacos & Beer in Oak Park, Wisconsin didn’t know that a simple radio commercial about merchant cash advances would impact his business so positively, but sometimes being in the right place, at the right time can change a person’s future for years to come.

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  • Fund an Online Video with a Merchant Cash Advance

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    13 April, 2016

    According to videobrewery.com, 90 percent of online shoppers say they find video helpful in making shopping and buying decisions. But many small businesses don’t have the cash on hand to produce a quality video; that’s where a merchant cash advance from Rapid Capital Funding (RCF) can help. We’ll work with you to get the working capital you need to create a video that will help make shoppers into buyers.

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  • A Perfect Pair

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    23 March, 2016

    Imagine having to pay out of pocket for everything you need to do your job, and not seeing a dime of ROI until the job is complete. That idea may sound preposterous if you work in a traditional field like nursing or retail, but for small business owners like Justin McGlocklin, it’s the way business is done.

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  • Fund Your Spring Cleaning with a Merchant Cash Advance

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    11 March, 2016

    The birds are chirping as the smell of budding flowers fills the air and old man winter is pushed out by the renewal of spring. This is a great time to bring that same sense of renewal to your business by using a merchant cash advance from Rapid Capital Funding (RCF) to fund your spring-cleaning plans.

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  • Understanding Merchant Cash Advances

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    4 March, 2016

    It’s not every day you look for a merchant cash advance, so it should come as no surprise that many of the terms may seem foreign to you. To help you understand what the merchant cash advance industry is all about, we at Rapid Capital Funding (RCF) have put together a short vocabulary list to familiarize you with a few of the key terms used in the industry.

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  • RCF Rides Together To Help Others

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    26 February, 2016

    Too many people are touched by rare types of cancer — the patient, their friends, family and coworkers. That’s why 27 members of the Rapid Capital Funding (RCF) team took to their bike seats and peddled against cancer at Cycle for Survival’s signature event in Miami — a grueling, yet fun-filled four-hour indoor fundraising event.

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  • The Benefits of Telecommuting

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    19 February, 2016

    There are two schools of thought about people working from home; either they’ll slack off and get nothing done, or they’ll be happier, more productive and a bigger asset to their employer. You can break it down even more to old school thinking vs. new school thinking. And from the countless reports on the matter, the new school way of thinking is winning.

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  • Tips For Managing Conflict In the Workplace

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    15 January, 2016

    No matter how hard you try to create a positive work atmosphere, conflict in some form is inevitable. Whether it’s between a manager and employee, between co-workers, or worse yet, between an employee and a customer — people can squabble when the pressure is on. But, not all conflict has to be negative.

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  • Why You Need A Local Chamber of Commerce Membership

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    9 January, 2016

    We live in a world where results are just a click away, relationships begin without a single face-to-face interaction and millions of people can learn about your business with one query. Business success that used to take years to achieve is increasingly more attainable with the digital resources to which we’ve become accustomed,. When thinking about the best ways to grow your professional network, traditional methods may not be top of mind, but your local chamber of commerce is a gold mine of professional resources that can help grow your business. The best part is, it’s fueled by the human connections that are irreplaceable by screens and clicks.

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  • Buy Local Is More Than Just A Bumper Sticker

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    4 January, 2016

    “Buy Local” has been shouted from the rooftops of mom and pop storefronts for years, but the cries have gotten louder – permeating more industries – and become the way to do business, rather than just a clever marketing slogan.

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  • Put Your Best Foot Forward

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    21 December, 2015

    Your Grandma bakes the best homemade cookies in town, so good that she has been crowned winner in every county fair and baking competition she’s entered in the last century. Now, with a desire to retire her apron and bequeath her baking legacy, she has passed her antique baking tools and recipe book right past all your great-aunts and first cousins, and into your hands. You’re the Mark Cuban to her Betty Crocker with the perfect opportunity to make a dynasty from her domestic dreams by opening a storefront bakery that features her very best morsels. But, what’s an amazing opportunity without preparation? The answer is what differentiates a dream from a business. To start on a smart path, here are a few introductory tips from Rapid Capital Funding:

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  • Rapid Capital Funding Supports the Epilepsy Foundation

    Posted by JAMES PESTA
    14 December, 2015

    Rapid Capital Funding is proud to be a Mission Sponsor for the 2015 Summer Stroll for Epilepsy™, where we donated $5,000 to increase awareness for the Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan. In our four years participating as a Mission Sponsor, we've strived to make epilepsy education widespread in our communities and networks, especially for the one in 26 Americans who will develop the disease at some point in their lives.

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