Tag Archives: Small Business

Halfway Home!

We’re six months into 2017, so let’s take a look at the year so far and comment on a few things. If you read here, you know I loath to get political, so I’ll refrain from any straight politics and policies. But I have to say that the small business community continues to be enthused at the general… Read More »

So, just how big is a “small” business?

Ok, in my last few posts, I talked about how equipment financing companies tend to advertise their “biggest” name clients, but in reality, most of their customers are fairly small businesses. But that begs the question – just how big is a small business? What size business is it? Is it two people, ten people, 100 people? Or… Read More »

Equipment financing companies and who they finance (part 2)

Ok, last time out I talked about Equipment Financing companies advertising that they do business with all kinds of large clients. And then I stated that most equipment financing and equipment leasing deals come from small to medium sized businesses. Well, here I’m going to open the curtain a bit and show you the basic details of a… Read More »

Equipment financing companies and who they finance (part 1)

One thing I always pay attention to is equipment financing companies and their websites / marketing (both my own company’s website and the competition.) And you know, I’ve noticed a funny thing: unless my company is alone on an island, it would seem that everybody else only finances equipment for big companies. Really, looking on some competitor websites,… Read More »

Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving is around the corner, so I thought I’d take a moment and give some Fletch-themed thanks: I’d like to give thanks to the government for realizing that small businesses needed help, and increasing Section 179. It’s definitely a step in the right direction. But it can go further. As I pointed out in another post, bringing back… Read More »