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How to Get Start-up Financing Without a Bank Loan

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Start-ups grow fast, and they need to piece together an elaborate puzzle to see the fruits of their labour. That includes brilliant people, endless hard-worked hours and sufficient cashflow. No wonder start-up financing is such an important piece of the puzzle.

It’s incredible to see a young start-up reach new levels in their business, but if the proper financing is missing, they’ll never realize the picture they envisioned. For many, the biggest challenge is getting the working capital to operate at the right scale.

A widely quoted U.S. bank study explained that 79 percent of young businesses failed due to “starting out with too little money.” Bank loans can be extremely challenging to secure at an early stage, and other financing like angel investments can bring its own set of challenges.

Co-founders and young CFOs then spend countless meetings drumming up new rounds of funding, and for good reason. Securing these series of VC funding can mean an incredibly rapid enhancement in growth, but at a cost. With pressure to grow exponentially (sometimes 10x each round) eventually, deals can be made with the wrong partners. Unfortunately, many founders never secure their funding and are forced to abandon their current business goals.

Growing like a weed, but stuck without options

Start-ups aren’t handcuffed to the traditional entrepreneur financing resources. Alternative solutions exist that can be an immediate source of consistent working capital.

For Ted Hope, President of PM Retail Solutions in Scarborough, Canada, that’s exactly what he did when faced with a financing dilemma.

“As a start-up company, you don’t have the credit or history of a more established organization. At the same time, you’re subjected to a lot of COD and cashflow issues,” Hope explained.

Hope was four months into his new business venture, a custom manufacturer of retail store display fixtures, and the outlook for the business itself was looking very promising. In fact, the company brought in almost half a million in revenue in the first six months, but that was exactly the problem.

“We were self-financing, but as we got more sales, I had about $150,000 in A/R that I wasn’t going to see for at least 60 days,” Hope explained. Since they had to wait for customers to pay their invoices, cashflow was tight.

Different kind of start-up financing

For start-ups and growing small businesses, this situation is likely familiar. It’s unfortunate, but 82 percent of businesses that fail, do so because of cashflow problems.

For companies with regular invoices like PM Retail Solutions, they found an alternative solution with accounts receivable financing (also known as factoring). By leveraging those unpaid customer invoices, they could get almost immediate cash flow from their Liquid Capital partner. Hope worked with Liquid Capital to get paid upfront for a significant value of the customer invoices.

The fix was almost instantaneous. PM Retail attained a pre-approval and received $60,000 in their account within only one day of initializing the transaction. Liquid Capital was then responsible for collecting on the customer invoices, and distributing the additional revenue to PM Retail at that time. This also freed up a lot of time for Hope and his team.

Hope had found his solution. “Factoring allowed us to free up our cash flow during a precarious time as a start-up, making us almost instantly capital self-sufficient. We can pay COD for almost everything we do, and have better terms because we have money in the bank.”

Finding the best solution for your start-up

Of course, this solution is one of many, but it’s worth investigating to see if it’s the right one for your business.

Alternative financing specialists can offer you sound advice, and should be able to work as a supplement to your traditional banking options as necessary. In many cases, Liquid Capital will work with clients on both short and long-term timeframes as needed, and can help a client graduate to access traditional bank loans as well.

Until that point, alternative solutions like accounts receivable financing can not only bridge the start-up funding gap, but can be the flexible solution that a founder and CFO have been searching to find.

Read the full story on PM Retail Solutions here.

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How High-Growth Companies Can Get Unlimited Cash Flow

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If you are leading a high-growth company, do not overlook this fundamental financial strategy that could offer you unlimited cash flow. ‘Factoring’ could be the ultimate growth tool you’ve been searching for in your business.

Often, companies can use factoring when bank loans or equity investments don’t pan out as planned. But savvy business pros look at this opportunity far more strategically. During periods of development and successful operations, high-growth companies need to access large amounts of capital – quickly and with assurance. Factoring does exactly that – it frees up huge amounts of working capital, puts cash in hand, allows you take on new business and catapult your growth.

Here’s the 411 on what factoring is all about, (but if you’re already in the know just skip ahead).

Factoring is the process of selling your accounts receivables (customer invoices) to a specialized company (‘factor’) who will give you the majority of that cash up front. You’ll be able to use that capital for whatever purpose you deem the most important in your business instead of waiting the 30, 60 or 90 days you’d usually be stuck with. Once the factoring company collects payment for the invoice, they’ll release the additional funds to your company minus an agreed upon reserve fee. That’s it – you can continue to factor new accounts receivables to keep your working capital topped up and your high-growth strategy on target.

These are the six key reasons growing companies should take advantage of factoring.

1. Quick application

Factoring applications are relatively quick to complete since they focus largely on the accounts receivable in your business. The biggest requirement of factoring is that you must be generating regular and consistent sales from credit-worthy clients. Once your application is approved, you can have working capital delivered within 24 hours.

2. Cost efficient

It’s a common misconception that factoring costs can be prohibitive – while in actuality it can be a smart business decision. For businesses with healthy gross profit margins, the benefit from new sales opportunities will outweigh any costs associated with accessing working capital. Factoring can help you say ‘yes’ to new deals and dramatically increase revenue, which can also set you up for additional growth with expanded client relationships. But if you have to say ‘no’ to deals because the cash flow isn’t there, your bottom line will suffer.

3. Tailor made for high-growth companies

High-growth companies can hit a point where their financial needs can’t be met. Banks often cap their financing, especially when past results and financial history checks don’t match their criteria – and by their very nature, growing companies likely don’t have that history. However, since factoring companies are focused on the quality of your accounts receivable, a growing company with legitimate invoices can continue to expand even without that prior history. Factoring companies look forward and up, so there are no limits to your financing potential. That means unlimited cash flow.

Related: Does my business qualify for factoring?

4. Don’t give up control

When growing your company, you likely don’t want to give up your ownership. Where venture capital deals often require that you sacrifice some of that equity, factoring does not. Your growing company stays in your control and ownership – so the more successful you are, the more you’ll fully reap those monetary rewards.

5. Work with banks

Choosing between bank loans and factoring isn’t necessary, as companies can work with multiple financing partners at the same time. In fact, many businesses will have a traditional bank loan for their base financing and then use a factoring partner as the business grows. Other companies will work with their factoring partner first to grow their business at a faster rate, and eventually, graduate on to add traditional bank financing.

6. Gain a finance partner

Factoring experts have great connections to other finance and business pros. They are business professionals who know that their success is also tied to your company success. This mutually beneficial partnership means you’ve gained a valuable colleague as part of the deal. It doesn’t stop there – as a well-established factoring partner can provide growing businesses with additional advice on improving payment terms, collections, areas for expansion and new sales opportunities.

If you’re a high-growth company ready for more working capital and unlimited cash flow, talk to us today and we’re happy to walk you through the application process or answer any questions.

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Need a Bank Loan? 16 Ways Factoring is Better

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If you own or operate a company, you probably know the challenges of finding business funding. Relationships with banks are important, but sometimes bank loans don’t work out. That’s where alternative financing options like factoring, also known as accounts receivable financing, come in handy.

Factoring allows you to leverage your existing and ongoing customer invoices into financing. You’ll work with a factoring partner who will provide you working capital and take over the collections of those accounts receivable in return for a professional services fee.

When a company needs cash flow, factoring can be the quick and reliable solution to keep your business heading in the right direction. Here are the additional bonuses to using factoring that you may have never considered:

1. Get faster funding

If you need to urgently buy supplies, order product, make payroll or repair key equipment, factoring can be easier and quicker to secure than traditional loans – sometimes as quickly as 24 hours after submitting your invoices. Unlike a traditional loan, you don’t need to submit tax returns, detailed financial statements, business plans or your financial projections – saving you a lot of time and hassle. Banks can also take longer to approve your requests, potentially making you wait for fiscal year end or the results of an audit. Instead, your factoring partner will perform an initial underwriting process to approve your application – then you’re all set.

2. Flexibility – Borrow more when needed

The amount your company can borrow will actually grow the more you sell. As your business grows, you’ll need even more cash flow to pay for supplies as you wait for customers to pay their invoices. So factoring gives you the immediate ability to borrow more, and keep the growth going. Compared to traditional banks, you will never outgrow your line of credit, as a big enough factoring company can accommodate all your growth needs.

3. No other assets required

Factoring only requires that you have customer accounts receivable to secure your funding. You don’t need other assets like real estate, equipment or inventory to apply. That means your personal home or property doesn’t have to be offered up as collateral, which may sometimes be the case with traditional bank loans. (If you do have those other assets, you can also qualify for additional funding options like Asset-Based Loans).

4. Cash flow boost when you need it – now or ongoing

Whether you need a longer-term solution or a temporary boost in cash flow, factoring can help you out of a tricky working capital dilemma. Every business will eventually run into the need for more cash on hand – so with factoring, as soon as new orders are invoiced you can have cash released into your business account. This gives you the chance to take advantage of growth opportunities that require more consistent cash flow.

5. Get larger funding than banks

Unlimited funding sounds amazing. With factoring, lending power is dependent upon the size of your accounts receivable – so an abundance of working capital is possible. Banks qualify you based on your business credit strength, whereas your factoring partner looks to your accounts receivable and your customer credit strength. If you’re selling goods or services to financially strong customers and have ongoing invoices, you can get substantially more financing than you’d qualify for with a traditional bank lender.

6. Grow your business the way you want

Instant cash means you can accelerate your growth strategy. Some companies need to hire more sales people to secure new accounts. Others will need additional equipment to manufacture their product. Still others may need working capital for marketing and advertising, office upgrades or new project development. Whatever the need, you’ll have the working capital to execute and grow the business.

Related: How high-growth companies can get unlimited cash flow

7. Take advantage of supplier discounts

Volume discounts, early payment discounts or special supplier offers are attractive options – but only if you have the capital available at that moment in time. Traditional bank loans are often not fast enough to allow you to take advantage of these discounts. But now, you can factor invoices quickly and free up cash flow to jump at the opportunities when they present themselves.

8. Shorten your cash cycle

Waiting for customers to make payment is a burden. With factoring, you can significantly shorten your cash cycle. Instead of waiting 30, 60, 90 or more days for traditional payment terms, you can receive that payment from your factoring partner in as little as 24 hours. By the time your original terms would have come due, you could have now been able to purchase more goods, make more sales and earn higher profits.

9. Free up your time

Searching for funding and traditional bank loans is a time-consuming process. Meetings, business plans and applications take up a lot of your valuable schedule that could be spent on other areas of the business. With factoring, you’ll have to complete the application process, but once approved you can regularly factor your credit eligible invoices and save time while improving cash flow.

10. Lower your overhead costs

Since your factoring partner takes over the management of your invoices, including handling customer payment and collections, your costs in these departments will likely lower. This can help offset any fees and makes factoring an even more attractive solution. You won’t get that service at a traditional bank.

11. Focus on new revenue

You and your team likely already spend a lot of time processing customer invoices and collecting payment – maybe too much time. With those duties removed from your to-do list, you can now work on other tasks that will improve your revenue like sales, marketing and building new client relationships.

12. Faster collections

Prompt and professional collections can be a big bonus when you work with the right factoring partner. With a reputable company handling customer collections, the result can be more timely payments (customers don’t want to risk a poor credit report). Once the customer makes their final payments, you’ll also receive your reserve funds from the factoring partner – so on-time collections are important to everyone.

13. Improved credit checks

Your factoring partner will also be responsible for credit-checking your customers. That gives you the advantage of having valuable intelligence about the credit worthiness of your clients, including new customers you may close. That can help improve the quality of accounts you take on, improve your credit decisions and advance your business’ debt security.

14. Less costs than equity investments – and you keep control

Equity investments and venture capital can be alternatives to traditional bank loans, but they can also demand much higher returns than the costs associated with factoring. In addition, you may be required to give up shares in your company, and that dilutes your ownership stake. It may even shift control of your business to the investors. But with factoring, there is no requirement to give up a stake in your business.

15. Protect against bad debt

In certain circumstances, some factoring companies offer non-recourse factoring, which means the factoring partner will take on the risk if any invoices are left unpaid. This type of factoring offers you additional protection against bad debt – a level of protection can be very important to some companies.

16. Improve your balance sheet

Factoring is not the same as receiving a loan. On your books, a loan would get recorded as a “debit,” which is considered a liability. Instead, with factoring there is no debt incurred. Your factoring partner is purchasing your accounts receivable with cash, and that reduces your balance sheet debt. The result will be a lower debt to equity ration, and that can actually improve your financial position on the books.

Ready for help? Turn your open invoices into working capital with Liquid Capital’s Accounts Receivable Factoring Solution.

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Does my business qualify for accounts receivable factoring?

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When the bank denies your loan, you have options. Accounts receivable factoring could give you the funds you need in a very short time – sometimes as quick as within one day. But first, make sure this option is right for your business.

If you fit into this list of criteria, you could be approved for accounts receivable factoring.

Your Company

You’re a B2B company, whether you are a small business or startup, a growing operation or an established enterprise.

Your company provides a service or sells a product to other businesses rather than private individuals

You don’t meet the standard list of requirements for a bank loan

Your company’s credit rating may not be very high, but your customers’ credit is.

You operate in an industry that has reliable customers that pay on invoicing. See a list of common industries below.

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Your Sales

You have sales on the books with dependable customers who are credit-worthy

You invoice your clients on credit terms.

You have strong sales opportunities in the pipeline.

You have credit-worthy accounts receivable that are very likely to be paid on their due date.

Related: Need a bank loan? 16 ways factoring is better.

Your Invoices

Your customer invoices tend to have longer terms such as 30 or 60 days from the invoice date.

Your invoices are free of liens and encumbrances.

Your invoices are within credit terms and credit limits.

 

There are plenty of advantages to using accounts receivable factoring, aside from the obvious need for working capital.

Your factoring company can provide back-office support and take care of collections for those accounts receivable, freeing up time to focus on your company. You’ll also obtain more working capital that can be used to purchase additional supplies and fulfill new orders, helping grow your business at a faster pace. And by working with the right company, you’ll gain an invaluable business partner that can provide broader financial analysis and support – so the process can continue at a scalable pace to meet your business needs.

Ready for help? Turn your open invoices into working capital with Liquid Capital’s Accounts Receivable Factoring Solution.

 

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Helpful ways to save time and outsource admin

Outsource your admin for success

Many business owners feel handcuffed to their desks when it comes to dealing with back office admin duties.

Companies thrive by growing – not by scaling back or downsizing. But few businesses demonstrate a capacity to grow – often tied up in constant admin and back office work.

In fact, only 4% of U.S. companies have annual sales that exceed $1 million.

The struggle is even greater for small and medium-sized businesses who don’t have dedicated back office support. Of the 27 million businesses operating in the United States, 21 million of those are sole proprietorships without any employees. And less than 700,000 have 20 or more employees.

Without staff on hand to help you with the back office admin, how will you dedicate enough time to the strategies and tactics that matter? The personnel, money and time you invest in administrative operations can be redistributed toward scaling up your business.

Outsourcing follows the core principles from Scaling Up, which recommends hiring superstars to lead your teams. Choosing experts to do back office tasks, such as accounts receivable and payroll, ensures that you have the best people for the task, which will reduce your costs and free up cash.

Outsource your accounts receivable by finding the right partner

Billing and collections are incredibly important, but the paperwork, filing, call management and follow-ups are a heavy stress on a company’s schedule. Outsourcing your accounts receivable to a reliable company can ensure you collect your payments on time (or early) and eliminate the costly time your staff is putting into processing and collections.

Ron Finlayson, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman of E-Systems, an electronic contract manufacturer in Massachusetts, knows a thing or two about getting the right support for his company’s back office.

“You work really hard to get customers,” he explains. “If you collect a payable from them in a mean or insensitive way, you can lose in five minutes what might have taken you five months to win.”

Finlayson explains how it’s crucial to understand who will be talking to your customers and how they’ll handle those conversations. The tone and manner must match your business. “If you don’t want a hard push, check out what their message is and ask how they handle it if someone can’t pay on time. This was really important to us, and I’m pleased to say that the people handling Liquid Capital’s collections are genuinely nice.”

Read more about E-Systems business operations

Outsource your admin work in combination with other services

A Minnesota company, Ridgeline Manufacturing, sells custom aluminum recreational products such as boat lifts, docks, custom trailers and stairways – perfect for the State of “10,000 lakes.” The company has also been outsourcing their back office receivables through Liquid Capital as part of their accounts receivable financing.

Owners Nick and Julie Newman have been in business since 2008, and use accounts receivable financing, otherwise known as “factoring,” to pay for associated operating costs. Ridgeline uses around 50 vendors to complete one product line — and not all of those vendors offer payment terms, so factoring is used to fill in the gaps.

Because Liquid Capital purchases the receivables outright on behalf of Ridgeline, it also takes care of collections, and that is a huge benefit to their business.

“When manufacturers advance funds to their customers, there is often push-back on us charging interest,” says Nick Newman. “But with Liquid Capital doing that, it’s different. As a third party, it’s more palatable to our dealers and helps the collections process too.”

The company now has increased flexibility, which has helped them land three new dealers.

Read the entire Ridgeline story

Outsource your payroll with a dedicated team

Payroll is a big expense in every business, but consider what payroll operations are costing you each week. The time you and your staff spend on processing that payroll could be put to better use in developing, implementing and financing the expansion of your business. Instead of managing every aspect of payroll, you can find a qualified company to work with you to complete all the paperwork and government filings needed.

The decision about which company should handle your payroll should focus on the following:

  • Be specific about your needs. Let the company know if you will only require payroll services, or if you will also want them to handle retirement and other employee compensation services.
  • Get a dedicated team. Go with a company that will dedicate a team of experts to your business, so you will know who to contact with questions or concerns.
  • Go with a company with transparent pricing. You want to understand how much outsourcing your company’s payroll services will cost, so go with a company that does complicate its pricing structure.

Before making a decision about outsourcing any services to a provider, check their references and ask other business owners about their experience. By doing your due diligence you’ll find a partner that works with you and your team, and that will save you time and money in the long run.

 

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3 Cash Flow Nightmares & The Dream Solution

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New customer orders are a business owner’s dream. But the sleepless nights come when you’re waiting on payments. Getting paid on time, and earlier than ever before, is possible. Learn a cash flow solution for these common business challenges.

 

The 3 Cash Problems Keeping You Awake

In B2B, you likely invoice clients for large orders and collect on 30, 60 or 90-day terms. The quicker you turn these invoices into cash, the faster you can grow your business operations.

If your business is in high growth, you may have a lot of your money tied up waiting for those payments to come through. Or there could be times when customers don’t pay up on time, leading to poor cash flow and working capital that is stretched to the max. Your receivables have just caused a chain reaction of problems.

Problem One: Fulfilling orders.

You get a big order but your money is tied up. Do you say no to that new customer?

Problem Two: Paying suppliers & taking advantage of discounts.

You have your own accounts payable, but can’t pay on time. And suppliers will often provide timely discounts, but you don’t have the working capital to take advantage.

Problem Three: Paying your staff.

Low cash can lead to payroll problems and your valuable staff walking out the door. The resulting turnover costs and headaches can be greater than ever expected.

 

Can’t My Bank Help? Not Always…

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Most business owners will first approach their bank for short-term financing, but banks could easily reject your request if it doesn’t comply with their criteria.

Without great credit, enough collateral, positive cash flow and a proven track record, getting working capital from a traditional lending institution is extremely tough, whether you’re a large enterprise or a newer SMB. Even if you are approved, by the time you receive your funds, your working capital might be exhausted long ago.

B2Bs have faced this dilemma for years, but there’s a financing option some business owners haven’t discovered called “Accounts Receivable Factoring” that can help solve these cash flow problems.

How Does Factoring Work?

If you’ve never heard of Accounts Receivable Factoring before, you’re not alone. But it’s been a standard financing practice in Europe and other developed nations for years. Liquid Capital specializes in it and has developed a world-class business to help you get cash in hand. Here’s how it works.

1.     You make a sale to your customer. (e.g. With a 30/60/90 term)

2.     You submit that invoice to your Liquid Capital Principal.

3.     Liquid Capital buys your invoice from you, putting cash in your business within as quickly as seven days.

a.     You’ll get 75% or more of the invoice value at this point. A reserve fund is held until step #5.

b.    At this point, the money is in your pocket and you can use it to wipe out your cash flow problems.

4.     Liquid Capital will collect from your customer on your behalf, which also alleviates strain on your internal A/R department.

5.     When the customer finally pays, Liquid Capital will refund you any additional reserve funds minus the discount fees.

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This process can fast-track your cash cycle by anywhere from three weeks to three months or more! With faster access to working capital, you’ll be able to fulfill orders, take advantage of supplier discounts and pay your employees faster and more efficiently.

 

A Long-Term Cash Flow Solution 

Liquid Capital is a market leader and works with you as a trusted partner, not as a one-time lender. We have over 80 trained Principals across North America who are business owners themselves, and they each work directly with clients to develop business relationships, face-to-face whenever possible.

A Liquid Capital factoring solution can give you cash up front for your sales, helps you spend less time and employee expenses on collections, and ultimately helps you graduate to a traditional bank loan option. The factoring process is so beneficial that many clients will choose to work with us alongside their banks for various financing options, depending on their needs.

We know that growth-oriented B2B owners don’t wake up in the morning thinking fondly about collecting on their accounts receivable. So as a business partner, we lighten your worries through financing solutions that put cash in your pocket. And better yet, it will help you get a good night’s sleep.

 

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How To Increase Your Business Liquidity Through Prompt Payment Of Current Invoices

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Cash flow and liquidity is a challenge for all businesses at one point or another.

Part of the problem might not be your business at all, but rather, it could be that your clients haven’t paid invoices on time.

Or your company is growing much quicker than expected. In this case, you could do so much more if you had access to the cash that will eventually come in when your accounts receivable are paid.

In other cases, it could be that an unexpected event occurred like major equipment damage or an unexpected product delivery schedule change. Any major event could put your company cash flow into crisis, and the possible tailspin can put any business owner into fright.

An Innovative Solution to Invoice Processing

Whatever the issue, there’s a solution to speed up your invoice processing called “accounts receivable financing” that can be a huge relief.

Also called “factoring,” this is an innovative way for your business to access quick and secure financing through the sale of your invoices. We specialize in this financing at Liquid Capital, and can offer up to 85% of the value of your accounts receivable, which you can then use as you need.

And this can be a liberating strategy to free up working capital on an ongoing basis. Your only limit is your ability to sell to credit-worthy customers. We collect the financed debts from your customers, which frees up your admin time and takes the headache out of your A/R process. But you’re not in the dark, as we also provide clear, accessible reporting to keep you up to date on the process. 

Where a bank loan might be denied, A/R factoring could potentially advance you hundreds of thousands of dollars—in a very short timeframe. 

Many SMBs can’t access traditional bank loans all of the time. They could be extended already with bank debt, have an untraditional business model that the banks aren’t yet comfortable with or a host of other points that don’t satisfy the institution at that point in time.

This isn’t to say that a bank loan isn’t possible in the future, but in the meantime using accounts receivable financing can be the exact answer needed.

Get the full details on accounts receivable financing here.

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Factoring & Purchase Order Financing Combine To Build A Distributor’s Business

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When a Canadian distributor for a European manufacturer of innovative ground screws needed funding for large orders they turned to Greg Norris at Liquid Capital in Toronto and Mark Polinsky of Gateway Trade Funding near Chicago.

The distributor’s products are used in construction to establish a foundation in virtually any terrain. As an alternative to concrete slab foundations, the ground screws allow quick and stable foundations to be installed where traditional solutions may not be ideal. However, shipping the product from the Czech Republic meant that there was a considerable lag time between when payment to the manufacturer was due and when the distributor could collect from the purchaser.

Traditional bank financing was not available because of a number of hurdles including international currency conversions, the innovative and non-traditional nature of the product and the involvement of somewhat risky construction projects.

Funding the transaction

Norris was able to structure a solution involving purchase order financing and factoring that worked well for the distributor, allowing them to create the cash flow needed to complete transactions for customers in both the US and Canada.

“This solution was not without several challenges,” said Norris. “Working with multiple players in multiple countries and funding the significant transportation time all complicated the transactions. Working with Gateway Trade Funding outside Chicago, we were able to fund this and then manage all of the logistics and needs of each participant.”

Funding these transactions is expected to exceed $2.5 million (USD). “The financing solution allows this particular distributor to capture business they would not otherwise be able to transact,” said Polinsky. “It’s helping them to grow their business while introducing innovative solutions to their customers.”

How your business can do the same

Liquid Capital may be able to offer your business purchase order financing and factoring similar to this case. If you’ve been denied traditional bank loans because of issues like international currency conversions or what the banks deem as a risky project, then there is another option with Liquid Capital.

Ready for help? Turn your open invoices into working capital with Liquid Capital’s Accounts Receivable Factoring Solution.