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PYMNTS.com | March 04, 2020
Kabbage, which works with business analytics, has launched a new program that promises to help small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) calculate and predict cash flow and help them identify cash surpluses and deficits, according to a press release. The new program, Kabbage Insights, aims to address “one of the most vexing problems faced by small business owners,” according to the release, and comes after the company’s other recent launch of Kabbage Payments, which also works w...
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Mastercard | April 05, 2021
In reaction to the pandemic, small businesses are starting to transfer their activities online and finding access to digital tools. According to a Mastercard survey, 76% of small businesses in North America say the pandemic encouraged them to become more digital, but 64 percent say they are challenged to do so. Mastercard has announced the launch of additional services with Microsoft, QuickBooks, and Zoho to its suite of U.S. small business benefits to help small businesses enhance their digital...
PYMNTS.com | January 27, 2020
In the wake of the financial crisis, banks’ pullback from small- to medium-sized business (SMB) lending yielded a flood of technology-driven players stepping in to fill the SMB credit gap. Entrepreneurs today have more choices than ever before as to how and where they access financing, but in many ways, that journey to capital hasn’t gotten any easier. According to Nav’s newly-appointed CEO Greg Ott, the current market sees an estimated $4 trillion in SMB debt origination each ...
Black Enterprise | April 06, 2020
Since the start of the global pandemic of COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, many states have issued a mandatory stay-at-home order for all residents forcing all non-essential businesses to close down until the virus has been properly contained. As a result, small business owners have been struggling to keep their doors open and stay afloat through the economic fallout. Companies like Facebook and Google have been stepping in by providing grants to entrepreneurs struggling with their expenses a...
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