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SBS Funding Group Announces 56% Growth in Business Loan Volume

SBS Funding Group continues to fuel expansion for busy entrepreneurs with dedicated and technology-driven services.

SBS Funding Group, a global leader in efficient business funding, today announced a 56% growth in business loan volume from the previous year, reflecting a positive outlook for entrepreneurs looking to finance short-term projects and long-term business plans. The announcement also marks better flexibility for small business owners recovering from pandemic disruptions and recent inflation volatility.

Since its inception, SBS Funding Group has remained committed to delivering fast, reliable, and flexible financing options to busy entrepreneurs – going the extra mile to drive meaningful changes to their clients. It continues to meet small business owners where they are at, ensuring they can pivot, thrive, and achieve their growth goals despite the current economic challenges.

“Our established reputation is rooted in leveraging our technological capabilities and industry expertise to position our clients at the forefront of high-growth opportunities. This is the best way to really connect with customers and thus increase their revenue,” says Jim Ritz, SBS Funding Group’s Chief Credit Officer.

SBS Funding Group, for over the past decade has offered several financing options suited for each unique need, including equipment financing, SBA funding, bridge funding, and business mortgage. Approval is quick and requires minimal documentation. Business owners can access their funds within the same day and start working on their goals.

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