The fastest-growing pizza company in the United States has chosen to partner up with BoeFly, the premier online marketplace for connecting lenders with business borrowers. Marco’s Pizza and BoeFly will work in conjunction to help provide assistance to Marco’s Pizza franchisees throughout the process of getting a small business loan.
BoeFly created a dynamic online marketplace wherein business borrowers can connect with small business lenders based off of a set of mutually exclusive preferences. BoeFly’s trained staff has years of experience on both sides of the fence: as lenders and borrowers. They developed their program with both groups in mind with the goal of creating a more efficient and effective marketplace. By setting your preferences early on and exposing yourself the 4,000+ lenders on BoeFly’s platform, Marco’s Pizza franchisees are better equipped to find a deal that makes sense for them in a shorter amount of time.
According to a recent International Franchise Association (IFA) survey, almost half (49.2%) of the respondents agreed that “financing/access to credit” was still a major issue for franchisees in today’s market. BoeFly’s remarkable success in helping individuals obtain bank financing led their team to create a whole portfolio of services packaged specifically for the franchisor market. Franchisees using BoeFly are connected with lenders that match their specific lending criteria. In turn, the franchise is able to increase its revenue more quickly by making the process more efficient.
Marco’s Pizza has certainly proved itself a top franchisor in the past few years. Since 2007, they have been the fastest-growing pizza company in the United States (based on number of stores signed into development since then) and plan to keep expanding.
Marco’s Pizza is ready to keep growing, and BoeFly is ready to assist its franchisees in achieving their dream of becoming a small business owner.
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