We understand how crucial it for small business owners to be able to access safe, responsible lending options. SmartBiz is a great tool to bring the benefits of SBA-backed loans to more small business borrowers.
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SmartBiz in the News
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There’s an access problem in small business lending. Consider this: 36% of small businesses in the U.S. are owned by women, according to the most recent survey of small businesses by the United States Census Bureau and further corroborated by research from Babson College.
Is your business humming along? You might think you don’t need to take on debt and just let the good times roll. However, times can change quickly and whether you are growth-oriented or maintaining a steady, consistent business, healthy working capital is vital to continued success.
Sean O’Malley from SmartBiz Loans speaks to Fintech Finance at 2017 Money20/20 in Las Vegas.
Over the last decade more lending options for small business owners have emerged. But with more options there is more complexity in determining which loan is ‘right’ for your small business.
Our annual Fast 100 list recognizes 100 businesses that share a common victory: being a part of the fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area.
In the bright offices of SmartBiz Loans in San Francisco’s Financial District, you might be surprised to find an artifact of a bygone era — the phone booth.
Our top award, Coleman 2017 Main Street Lenders of the Year is announced today for five well deserving small business lending professionals.
SmartBiz Loans announced this week it has surpassed the $500 million loan mark.
The Federal Reserve just published its 2016 Small Business Credit Survey examining the current small business conditions and credit environment.
As more aspects of people’s lives move online, they expect speed and ease of use in business, too. That’s why some community banks are turning to fintech platforms to facilitate the loan application and decision-making process for small-business loans.
Marketplace lenders are slowly gaining traction with community banks eager to do more Small Business Administration lending.