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American Express &Extend Partner | September 23, 2021
American Express and Extend, a New York City-based fintech specializing in virtual cards, announced their partnership to expand virtual Card solutions for U.S. businesses. U.S. companies with an eligible American Express Business Card can now enroll and create virtual Cards, also known as tokens, through Extend’s app or desktop login in as little as five minutes using their existing American Express Card account.
Virtual Cards can hel...
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Radius Bank | December 15, 2020
Radius Bank, a forward-thinking advanced bank, reported today the new dispatch of its enhanced online business banking stage and portable application for small business customers. The upgraded client experience was the aftereffect of the bank's proceeded with organization with NYC-based monetary innovation organization Narmi, which additionally controls Radius' shopper internet banking and friend versatile application.
More than two years prior the Bank added an online rec...
Winrock International | June 23, 2020
Winrock International is providing small businesses in Phillips County with one-on-one guidance on how to navigate funding available through recent federally-approved programs. With only a fraction of the more than 200,000 small businesses in Arkansas applying for funding offered through the Small Business Administration (SBA) and other federal agencies, Winrock hopes to ensure that Phillips County’s small business owners can access federal resources. With funding from the Walton Family Fo...
Reuters | May 26, 2020
When the U.S. government first rolled out forgivable loans to small businesses in early April under the Paycheck Protection Program, loan officers at Bank of the West in Grapevine, Texas worked nights and weekends to process a tsunami of applications. But since those first few frantic weeks, demand has “just dried up,” said bank president Cindy Blankenship. On May 15 the bank stopped taking applications for PPP loans. Nationally the program remains active. But data from the Small Bus...
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