Entries by Denise Pontes

Even Out the Ups and Downs Of Business

Economic cycles – up and down – are inevitable, whether they’re national, regional or local. Businesses are cyclical too. One year you’re up; another year you’re down. Hopefully you’ve had a string of good years in between. The causes vary: Technology can make a product or service obsolete; an important client can go out of […]

Liquid Capital hires Sergio Mindreau as Director, Credit Risk

Strengthening the credit and risk department of expanding finance company. TORONTO, ON – Liquid Capital is pleased to announce its recent hire of Sergio Mindreau, who has joined as Director, Credit Risk working out of the Toronto, Ontario, Canada headquarters. Mr. Mindreau joins the experienced credit and risk department, which reviews all new business opportunities […]

Silani Cheese

The “cheese” may “stand alone,” but sometimes the company needs help Great cheese does stand alone. Its character speaks for itself. However, mid-sized companies like Ontario’s Silani cheese can run into financial barriers that are hard to surmount without assistance, even when product quality and demand are high. Silani Cheese, a family-owned company manufacturing a […]

Winnipeg small business owners helping local companies access capital

Company provides working capital for small and medium-sized businesses WINNIPEG, MB – Liquid Capital Alternative Finance Inc. has announced their opening in Winnipeg, Manitoba to offer small and medium-sized businesses an alternative set of financing solutions that can increase a company’s working capital. When business owners cannot obtain traditional bank loans, often due to insufficient […]

Get Creative For More Profit

At some stage the product or service that launched a company will need to be enhanced or supplemented with other solutions to keep customers engaged. This is where creativity can help entrepreneurs go above and beyond their initial vision. “Creative thinking is a huge part of good business acumen, without which your business could just […]