Newly Enhanced Working Capital Loan Program from Beacon Funding Corporation Helps Businesses Immediately Increase Cash Flow

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NORTHBROOK, Ill., July 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Beacon Funding has enhanced its Working Capital Loan program, broadening its financing capabilities to meet an increased demand from its growing client base.


Beacon's Working Capital Loan program is designed to meet the needs of businesses that could benefit from immediate cash, in addition to traditional equipment upgrades and investments.

"Beacon Funding's primary goal is to help businesses grow. Working Capital is a great alternative for business that may be ineligible for traditional bank loans," says Toby McDonough, vice president of sales and marketing for Beacon Funding.

Working Capital offers quick access to funds for businesses during times where cash flow is low. "Companies who experience changes in growth, seasonality, unexpected expenses or the launch of a new product are ones who typically benefit from our Working Capital Loan," says Mr. McDonough. Working Capital from Beacon Funding may be used for a variety of business needs, such as equipment repairs and accessories, purchasing inventory or supplies, renovations and payroll.

Start-up businesses struggling to build business credit, businesses without a banking relationship as well as established business with a variety of financing options may benefit from the program. Whether the cash need is as low as $10,000 or as high as $250,000, the Working Capital Loan can be a great solution for enhancing cash flow in a timely fashion.

For the past 22 years, Beacon Funding Corporation has been providing equipment financing solutions to all types of organizations, new and established, throughout a variety of industries in the United States and Canada. For more information please visit

Working Capital Inquiries:
Stephanie Hines
Financing Consultant

Media Inquiries:
Kathleen Roney
Marketing Associate

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