3 Ways a Business Cash Advance Helps Your Business Grow

Last Updated on August 4, 2017

As every business owner knows, there’s no such thing as “maintenance mode.” You’re either focused on moving onwards and upwards, or you’re falling behind — and possibly on the fast track to extinction. Frankly, Darwin really didn’t need to float around the Pacific studying giant turtles to glean natural law insights. He could have looked out his window and observed how the business landscape has its own version of “survival of the fittest.” What does all of this have to with a business cash advance?

Possibly everything! That’s because a business cash advance could be the ideal funding solution that your business needs to grow and surge — instead of stagnate and shrink.

3 Ways a Business Cash Advance Helps Your Business Grow

Three practical ways to allocate your funding with a business cash advance:  

  1. Launch a Targeted Marketing Campaign: Even if you have a steady stream of word-of-mouth (or more likely, word-of-email and word-of-web) referrals, the fact remains that unless you’re expanding your visibility, then you risk becoming the best kept secret in your marketplace — which is a dubious distinction, to say the least. A business cash advance ensures that you stand out and apart by giving you the opportunity to pursue paid per click advertising on Google & Facebook, traditional marketing campaigns and more.
  2. Add Technology-Led Solutions: If you and your team are bogged down and held back by tedious, time consuming manual processes — or just as bad, if you’re spending time and money fixing human error (after human error after human error…) — then using the funds from a business cash advance to invest in technology-led solutions is the right response. Conversely, doing nothing is the wrong reaction.
  3. Onboard New Staff: Many businesses can’t get to the next level because they don’t have the in-house talent they need to compete with larger firms in their marketplace, and being forced to hire external consultants and contractors when demand surges is costly and inefficient. The funds from a business cash advance can be used to recruit new talent, and instantly create capacity for more revenues and profits.

Learn More About Cash Advances in Business

At National Business Capital, we provide business across the country with the business cash advance they need to grow their business — and ensure that regardless of their success to date, their best days are ahead; not behind. To learn more, contact us today for your free consultation.

Or, if you’re ready to apply for a business cash advance, start your secure online application right now. It only takes a few minutes, and we’ll provide you with an approval decision within one day. Also remember that unlike banks, we don’t require collateral, impaired/bad credit is not a deal-breaker, and we’re here for you 24/7/365.

National Business Capital & Services is the #1 FinTech marketplace offering small business loans and services. Harnessing the power of smart technology and even smarter people, we’ve streamlined the approval process to secure over $1 billion in financing for small business owners to date.

Our expert Business Financing Advisors work within our 75+ Lender Marketplace in real time to give you easy access to the best low-interest SBA loans, short and long-term loans and business lines of credit, as well as a full suite of revenue-driving business services.

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About the Author, Megan Capobianco

Megan is passionate about helping business owners along their journey - providing them with relevant content they can use in their day-to-day operations.

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