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February 25, 2021

CASE STUDY: Fortune 100 company’s certified vendor needed capital to meet growing demand

Background General description:Manufacturing and selling machine parts Company structure:Corporation State of formation:California Year of formation:2016 Customer type:Power companies Issue The company was very profitable but experienced hyper growth. Its unique ownership structure made it difficult to find an ideal financial solution and traditional bank financing was unresponsive. Other circumstances included: Increase in shipping and material […]

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February 1, 2021

10 tips to speed up cash flow (from an accounts receivable (A/R) perspective)

​​​​​Timely collections begin with the sales team:  Communicating with your customer on payment terms during the sales process offers transparency and clarity and always results in more timely collections. Know your customer’s credit worthiness: Credit evaluations are essential when extending terms to your customers.  You can require payment in net 30, but if they aren’t going to pay […]

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January 1, 2021

10 Tips When Seeking Financing & 3 Steps To Take Right Now

Don’t wait: There are a lot of options available, so take the time to consider the various options, consider future implications, build relationships, and tighten up the numbers.  Have (and utilize) a business plan:  Whether you’re considering the SBA or private investors, if you want others to share your vision, make sure to demonstrate the […]

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November 5, 2020

A letter to our clients

To our clients and colleagues, Above all, it is my hope that this letter finds you well and looking towards the future.  2020 has presented many challenges.  I am grateful for each of you, our clients, colleagues, and team members.  We have all played a role in helping one another and moving forward together.   Thank […]

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July 28, 2020

Florida Finance Firm Analyzes Nation’s Factoring Industry in New Report

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. (July 28, 2020) – Newly published data confirms that the United States’ total factoring volume declined by nearly eight percent according to 2019 data in BCR’s World Factoring Yearbook, authored by Chief Marketing Officer Mark Mandula and Communications Specialist Alina Hall of United Capital Funding, a B2B/B2G commercial finance firm headquartered in […]

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July 23, 2020

WPO Conference

I’ve been a member of the Women President’s Organization since 2016.  During that time, the women in my chapter have helped me and our family business through challenging and exciting times.  I am grateful for their insight, their vision, their encouragement, and their friendship.  The 2020 WPO Annual Conference was scheduled to be in Canada […]

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July 13, 2020

St. Pete-based Finance Firm Unveils Accessible Platform and Partnership with New York Digital Agency

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. (July 13, 2020) – United Capital Funding, a commercial finance firm located in downtown St. Petersburg, will unveil its new website this week and announces a partnership with Atypical Digital, a digital services agency headquartered in New York City. The new website (www.ucfunding.com) will feature an updated layout and several updates to […]

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June 10, 2020

Factoring Finance Mythbusting!

Remember the stories we used to hear when we were kids? Creatures like Bigfoot or stories like Hercules were myths we believed… at least for a little bit. But even though we’re older now and know better, there’s still the occasional myth that we tend to believe. Specifically with real-world actualities. And — just like with any industry—there are plenty of myths associated with factoring.

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June 3, 2020

Why Are Companies Selling Account Receivable?

Every business owner encounters a situation where they need more cash for operations. You can have a superior product with large profits. However, if cash flow is bad, your business will suffer. It is possible to be successful in business but still encounter cash flow issues since good cash flow is essential to running a successful business.

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