Karl Stockton

Is Your Bank Committed to Your Small Business?

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / November 18, 2012

Despite benefitting from a low cost of capital, your enterprise is still burdened by higher costs to finance its inventory, its capital expenditures and most importantly, its receivables. Why is this happening? Well, in this economy customer demand is down, and customer bankruptcies are up. Both increase your costs of financing, and both impact your cash flow. However, there’s something far more important to be concerned with: whether…

Out-of-the-Box Ways to Genuinely Save Money and Get Your Business Going

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / October 3, 2012

Starting a new business is never easy. After all, there are plenty of statistics that define how often new business ventures fail. However, when you look at why failure occurs, it becomes rather obvious that a lot of it has to do with lacking capital and financing. In essence, a lot of businesses fail simply because they can’t get off the ground. A lot of businesses fail because…

10 Effortless Ways for Your Small Business to Rock at Saving Money

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / September 26, 2012

Small businesses in today’s economic environment have become experts at cutting costs and saving money; they have to in order to not only survive but flourish.  Every dollar saved in one area is a dollar that can be used elsewhere or can translate into profit.  Many ways to save money are quite easy to do and ten suggestions are below. 1. The Paperless Office With wi-fi access being…

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