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Local delivery services for flowers, groceries, restaurant meals, and other items are booming. Now, the question is: how can your delivery business leverage this demand to grow? Depending on how much cash you have on hand, you may need some capital to grow. These small business loans can help.
A cash advance allows you to borrow against future income to secure cash today. If a lack of working capital is preventing you from taking advantage of stellar delivery business opportunities, a cash advance can help. By borrowing against your future sales, you can access the cash you need. Repayments are made through a fixed daily percentage.
An ACH loan is considered a “cash flow” loan. An ACH loan can provide you with rapid access to capital, and the payments are deducted straight from your bank account, which means you don’t have to schedule payment reminders.
An equipment loan is designed to help you pay for, you guessed it, equipment. Delivery businesses can use this loan to pay for delivery vehicle purchases—whether you need a truck, a van, a fleet of bicycles, computer equipment, or any other physical supplies that are used to run your business. Because the loan is secured by the equipment itself, this loan can be accessible to a wider number of borrowers.
Give your delivery business an obligation-free financial safety net with a business line of credit. With a line of credit, a business can borrow against a set amount of money, repay, and repeat as many times as you’d like over the loan term. You only pay interest on the funds you use, making a business line of credit one of the most flexible forms of financing. You can secure a line of credit to finance business growth, increase working capital, or provide you with a safeguard to protect you against the unexpected.
Delivery businesses understand the importance of speed. When time is of the essence, a short term loan may be just the thing you need. Funds for a short term loan can be available as little as 24 hours after approval, providing lightning-fast cash. Because these loans are designed to be used and repaid quickly, interest rates are higher, so these loans are best used for capital needs that can yield a quick return.
A business credit card should be in every small business toolkit. Business credit cards allow you to make everyday business purchases work for you. You can choose between different perks like 0% introductory APR, cashback, or travel points. The best bit is that business credit cards can help you build credit, so as long as you make payments on time, each swipe can help you qualify for different forms of financing in the future.
Following a few simple steps can help you maximize the return on your delivery business loan:
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