CAN Capital Expands Faces of Funding Online Video Series
‹NEW YORK, NY (August 11, 2015) “ CAN Capital, Inc., the market share leader in the alternative small business finance space, today announced the release of two new episodes of its online video series, Faces of Funding. The series features success stories from some of the more than 64,000 members that the company has provided with access to capital.
In the new episodes, CAN Capital highlights Ken Seiger, a Subway franchise owner, and Eric Lewis, a veterinarian, as they share their experiences in working with CAN Capital to grow their businesses. Expanding on the original four-episode series on CAN Capital’s YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/cancapital1), Faces of Funding shows viewers the stories and commitment of America’s small business owners.
Our goal is to help small businesses succeed, said James Mendelsohn, Chief Marketing Officer of CAN Capital. We created ˜Faces of Funding,’ to provide a platform for business owners to share their stories. It’s a place for them to talk about their passion for their business, the challenges they’ve faced and the strategies they’ve developed to overcome those challenges. It’s also a way for us to celebrate their hard work and their importance both to their communities and the U.S. economy as a whole.
Faces of Funding offers just a sampling of the many businesses and industries CAN Capital works with on a daily basis. To date, CAN Capital has provided access to capital to more than 64,000 small businesses in more than 540 unique industries.
About CAN Capital
CAN Capital, Inc., established in 1998, is the pioneer and market share leader in alternative small business finance, having provided access to over $5 billion in in funding to small businesses.
As a technology-powered financial services provider, CAN Capital uses innovative and proprietary risk models combined with daily performance data to evaluate business performance and facilitate access to capital for entrepreneurs in a fast and efficient way.
CAN Capital, an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing company, makes capital available to businesses through its subsidiaries: Merchant Cash Advances by CAN Capital Merchant Services, Inc., and business loans through CAN Capital Asset Servicing, Inc. (CCAS). Business loans obtained through CCAS are made by WebBank, a Utah-chartered Industrial Bank, member FDIC.