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Archive for May, 2015

Article from Risk and Insurance
Posted on May 19, 2015

Interesting summary article discussing the shortage of drivers contrasted with the increased regulation by the government.

US Cargo Theft – Highest Occurrance
Posted on May 18, 2015

A recent article was just released by Samuel Tucker referencing a report recently posted to “Freight Watch International” for the 1st Quarter of this year. It seems that 91% of all cargo theft during those 3 months occurred at “Unsecured Parking Locations” with another 4% being taken from “Secured Parking Locations”. For the full article,

Cash Flow is Top Concern for Small Businesses
Posted on May 14, 2015

In a recently published poll, cash flow was a top concern for businesses with 11 to 50 employees, and every business surveyed said increasing profit was a top business challenge for 2015. In other words, the small businesses surveyed are all looking for ways to make their business as profitable and lean as possible, which means managing cash.

Financing Alternatives Panel Discussion
Posted on May 14, 2015

We participated in a presentation, and panel discussion, as part of a joint effort with the JJ. Hill Center in St Paul, MN.  Last weeks’ discussion focused on some very little known, and solid means, to gain the working capital needed for your business. In this session, we had given a presentation on Invoice Factoring

Thoughts as we Prepare for Upcoming Panel Discussion
Posted on May 7, 2015

In a few days, I have the privilege of sitting on a panel (one of a four part series), to discuss the numerous forms of financing available to the entrepreneur.  The coordinator if this series (Mr. Lee George of the JJ Hill Center) needs to be thanked for his insight as to the need, integrating

Recent Commercial Finance Association (CFA) Meeting
Posted on May 7, 2015

The most recent meeting’s topic , “The Current State of the Credit Market”, gave us an idea of  where things are at as certain industries are feeling better and more optimistic. The format of the meeting was a panel discussion with the majority of the panel comprised of commercial banking officers. The general consensus was that