Our business’s goal is to help companies grow. Question is, do we practice what we preach?
As a business grows, the more they’ll need. Whether it be extra funds for their business or more equipment. When a previous customer comes back to us it’s great news. It means A) they are growing and B) they enjoyed working with us. One day back in 2016, we received an application from a company in Massachusetts (they have asked to remain anonymous). Little did we know we would be doing business with them for years to come.
When a client applies for financing, we take it upon ourselves to help them in any way we can. VP of Sales, Steve Feinberg, has worked with this company from the moment they sent in that application in 2016. He has developed a relationship with this client. It is what we strive to do with every client and in this case, it’s proven through the 3 years they've worked together and continue to do so.
“We have enjoyed working with Steve over the years and he has really helped our business grow." - CEO of Company
To this day, we’ve funded this company 10 times back to back to help them get the equipment they need. But what keeps them coming back to us? It’s because ever since that first experience, there is a trust between client and finance manager. The reason goes back to customer service and how important it is in our line of work.
We are proud to be able to work with such a great company and to see them grow. They have been featured in numerous articles and have expanded exponentially. In no way are we saying they couldn’t have done this without us. We were lucky enough to be the company they chose to work with and we are grateful we got to be a part of their journey. We find happiness in being able to give businesses the tools they need to grow.
Our CEO, Josh, recently drove to Ohio to meet a client he recently funded $250,000 to open a new location. He was able to see in-person how that money was utilized. These are just examples of how we go about our business. We are in it for the long run. Both companies took that first step in applying. When will you take yours?