If you need more money for your business, Consulting Link2000 can help.
There are possibilities out there galore. New loan programs are cropping up all the time for people with specific needs. For example, one bank around town has a loan program for minority and women owned businesses. Another bank has a loan program for people who need under $5,000. Some banks specialize in loans for working capital, others real estate and still others equipment and machinery. Some banks will combine all of the above. Some banks do not work with start-ups or construction companies and some sure enough do. For some banks, a strong cash flow is important while others love strong assets.
If your company does not fall within the banks criteria, there is always the State loan guarantee to make up for it and to make the bankers very happy. We can help you factor your receivables, get investment money, a line of credit. We prepare the package for you and then market your loan at one or more banks. We will work with you and the banks until we get it done.
Capital formation for small business has been a strength of Consulting Link2000. The firm has linkages with government, non-profit agencies, large and small banks in San Francisco's Financial District, Peninsula, South Bay and East Bay, North Bay, Southern California and throughout the United States. Consulting Link2000 has worked with the Bay Area Small Business Development Corporation, Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center, NEDA, and the Solano County Organizing Committee and Small Business Development Centers. Consulting Link2000 has served as an intermediary for traditional and innovative loan guarantee, micro business, and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) loan programs. Consulting Link2000 has obtained over $20 million in funding for small and minority and women owned businesses. We have accessed financing from Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) programs operated by WestAmerica Bank, Bank of America, Bank of the West, City Bank, Bank of California, Union Bank, Bank of the Orient, American California Bank, Millennia Bank, and a host of other small banks with aggressive CRA loan programs.