Starting or maintaining your own staffing business can be a daunting task, we get it! But, when it comes to financing your existing staffing business or applying for funds to expand or take on more employees, you’ve got options.
According to Inc.com, securing financing in “any economic climate can be challenging, whether you’re looking for start-up funds, capital to expand or money to hold your business through tough times.” You need to do your research to be sure you’ve covered all your basis when applying for financing for your staffing business. Here we’ll give you helpful tips when applying for staffing business financing:
Take a look at your current staffing business finances. Before diving head first into the world of business financing, take a look at what you’re working with in terms of the current state of your staffing business finances. Pull out whatever tools you’re using for bookkeeping and document your income and expenses. If that’s the case, Keeping your personal finances separate from your business finances is a must to help you get a clear look at the state of your staffing business.
Decide what type of funding works for your business model. There are all kinds of funding out there and you have to determine what is a good fit for your business. If you are just starting out or your business is small, you may not qualify for traditional funding. That’s when more flexible financing options, like invoice financing or invoice factoring can make a big difference. If you are concerned about how quickly your customers will pay their invoices so you can make payroll, invoice financing is an excellent product to bridge payment gaps.
Almost all manufacturers, distributors, service, and staffing companies, even those with negative net worth can qualify for factoring. That’s what makes it such an attractive options for businesses that may need a little bit more flexibility than a traditional loan can provide.
Analyze expenses and evaluate monthly. Once you have established financing for your staffing company. Per Investopedia, “Initially, the most important thing is keeping your business afloat so you can earn a profit. Minimizing what you need to buy and how much each item costs will help you meet this goal.” For a staffing company, managing expenses will help you focus on your biggest asset and your largest business expense, your people.
Porter Capital offers working-capital solutions to a myriad of companies across the United States in a variety of industries. If we can help you with your business financing, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-737-7344.