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CAN Capital Kicks Off National Small Business Week with Launch of Customer Testimonial Series

NEW YORK, NY “ CAN Capital, Inc., the market share leader in the alternative small business finance space, today announced the launch of its new online video series, Faces of Funding, featuring unique success stories from some of its 55,000 small business customers.

Every day, the CAN Capital team is blown away by the stories and commitment of America’s small business owners, said James Mendelsohn, Chief Marketing Officer of CAN Capital. Through Faces of Funding, we hope to create a community for business owners to engage with one another “ to celebrate their successes and learn from each other’s challenges “ and for people across the country to be inspired to take advantage of the small businesses growing right in their own hometowns. We encourage other business owners to join in this community and reach out to us to share their personal stories as well.

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 served more than 55,000 businesses in 840 industries.

The four-episode Faces of Funding series is now available in its entirety on CAN Capital’s YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/cancapital1)

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 $4 billion in capital for tens of thousands of small businesses in a wide range of locations and different business types. 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. Its business evaluation model allows it to help small businesses qualify for more money than they could obtain elsewhere.

CAN Capital 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). All business loans obtained through CCAS are made by WebBank, a Utah-chartered Industrial Bank, member FDIC.

For more information, please visit: www.cancapital.com. Follow CAN Capital on Twitter and Facebook.

Contacts

Cristina Martinez, Josette Robinson
Prosek Partners
(212) 279-3115 x215; x212

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