Small Business Financing Problems Continue

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Small Business Financing Problems Continue

The lack of Business Financing continues to have a devastating effect on the economy. Unfortunately, the trend will continue for several more years.

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PRLog (Press Release) – Jul 29, 2010 – When it comes to securing capital acquisition, we live in a very small universe. There are countless independent ‘financing consultants’ willing to provide their services in most communities. The finance sources local financing consultants have access to cover multiple financing vehicles ranging from asset based lenders, accounts receivable factoring, equipment financing, among others.

Valcor receives phone calls and emails daily from individual consultants seeking such clients. Simply picking up your local phone directory or searching the internet you will find large numbers of financing consultants in most regions who are all competing for business.

Valcor primarily provides Business Restructuring services to local small businesses who are suffering short cash flow problems due to the economy. Valcor’s Certified and Trained Licensees provides this unique area of expertise which save businesses from litigation, bankruptcy and in many cases, the closing of their doors. This in-turn saves jobs and is good for local communities.

Valcor’s Licensees also have the ability to provide capital sources to clients. While there are countless financing consultants in the community (who are competing against each other for clients), Valcor Licensees are already contracted with existing client companies (providing much needed Restructuring Services) who may also need capital.

In addition to Valcor’s copyrighted and proven Business Restructuring Systems, Valcor’s Licensees are trained and supported to provide direct access to a portfolio of lenders covering many types of financing instruments. In many cases, fees and recurring commissions are provided directly from the lenders (in addition the large fees earned for the Restructuring services.)

Valcor’s Licensees are currently working on cases ranging from five figures to very large portfolios in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The Valcor services enables companies who would otherwise not be in a position to secure financing to now have a complete restructuring and much needed cash-flow infusion, which can keep the business viable.

• To determine if your business is a candidate for Valcor’s services contact Jennifer Sloan at 877-2VALCOR ext. 130 (877-282-5267 ext. 130)

• For details on becoming a certified Valcor Licensee, please contact Mr. Robert Sinclair, VP at 877-2VALCOR ext. 118 (877-282-5267 ext. 118).

‘Valcor – Saving Businesses and Training Consultants Since 1994’

Valcor does not provide any form of ‘consumer debt settlement’ services and recommends individuals seeking such services contact their local non-profit credit counseling centers. Valcor Arbitration Services is not a law firm and does not render legal advice. In the event a lawyer is necessary Valcor has a network of attorneys to handle legal matters.



About Valcor

David H. Sussman M.A. is CEO at Valcor Arbitration Services, a business restructuring, mediation and capital acquisition firm.Valcor works with small businesses to save them from bankruptcy and litigation. David is also one of the principal trainers for the Valcor Licensee Training Program. This program provides independent licensees with training, support and intellectual property to use Valcor's proven systems to help struggling local businesses throughout North America. Valcor has been featured in multiple news outlets including The Los Angeles Times, The Denver Post, The Chicago Sun Times, CNN Money, and dozens of other publications. David is a featured guest on multiple business radio programs, including Money Matters and Business Today. Born and raised in London, England, David emigrated with his family in 1977. He is a father of 2 sons, an avid hiker and a pianist.
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