Liquid Capital in the News
Jack Wilson spent two decades on the management track at AT&T, moving from site to site and position to position as he moved up in the company.
Today, though, Wilson has traded his place on the corporate ladder for a chance to help other business people find their own successes.
Liquid Capital was recently featured in the November 2012 issue of Canadian Business Franchise magazine. Director of Canadian Franchise Sales, Hadaf Zubi, contributed the article on page 36-39 that discusses the unique business services franchise opportunity that Liquid Capital represents.
Liquid Capital Principal Jack Wilson explains Accounts Receivable factoring in the Lehigh Valley Business Journal.
Liquid Capital Principal Terry Campbell of Virginia has been featured in a Military Transition Profile by Military.com.
Ask any small business owner what the most important part of their business is and there’s a fair chance the answer will be cash flow.
And with good reason: Not only must the business be able to provide a product or service that meets customers’ needs, it must be able to collect the revenue on a timely basis to ensure it has the resources on hand for the next round of production. Otherwise the business is in danger of floundering, not because of the absence of customers but rather the absence of resources. Accordingly, funding the operations becomes as important as the operations themselves.
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