Mike Rozman, the co-president and chief strategy officer of BoeFly who oversees business development, marketing, and external affairs joins Enterprise Radio.
The International Franchise Association (IFA) and BoeFly, an online marketplace who connects borrowers with lenders, has just announced a partnership to expand on the access franchisees have to credit. The IFA, who supports over 825,000 franchisees with nearly 18 million jobs, made this announcement at the IFA Orlando Convention this past weekend.
Many small businesses can’t qualify for a small business loan from a traditional local bank. A bad credit record disqualifies many. Lending standards have tightened. Some small towns are limited by local banks that don’t support small business; others don’t have locally-owned banks any more. The good news is that alternatives are available. We’ll be profiling alternatives to traditional small … Read More
BoeFly has announced that lenders and franchisors hold similar expectations for growth, according to their recent webinars. Most of the lenders who participated plan to originate more franchise loans in 2012, and most of the franchisors said franchisee access to financing is “very important” for their growth plans.
In today’s episode of Gateway to Profits (player below), Josh talks with David Nayor, the co-Founder of Boefly. BoeFly is “revolutionizing how deals get done” through an online portal that allows business owners to prepare a loan request, get matched with several compatible lenders, and then complete the process of receiving a loan. In this interview we not only talk about what … Read More
Anytime Joe Fugere needed a business loan, he simply went to the local branch of his major bank. Now the owner of four Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria locations in Seattle, Fugere notched his first loan in 2003 to fund his original store’s opening. In the subsequent four years, he applied for and received two more loans to expand Tutta Bella’s presence.