Small Business Financing Now More Accessible To Caribbean & Hispanic-Diaspora Enterprise


small-business-loansBy NAN Business Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 7, 2017: Used to be getting a small business loan was a hassle of dealing with tons of paper works and banks that were very risk averse.

But with the emergence of many private lending platforms, getting a small business loan has become much easier, a lot faster and more affordable.

Caribbean and Hispanic business owners in the US and Canada, looking to grow their businesses, can take advantage now of loans of up to USD 500,000 at low annual interest of less than 10 percent.

Invest Caribbean Now is hoping to serve this niche market better by helping them expand and grow their small to medium sized enterprises.

Now you can purchase and profit from a bulk inventory deal; invest in your online presence or finally open that new location you’ve been eyeing – and all in as fast as 24 hours. Credit lines of up to USD 100,000 are also available and you will only pay interest on what you draw.

Businesses must be based in the US or Canada; be in operation for at least one year and have minimum yearly revenue of US $100,000. Business owners must have a credit score of at least 500 and have no bankruptcy or foreclosures to their name.

To find out how you can benefit from this SME loan offerings to US and Canadian based Caribbean and Hispanic enterprises, contact ICN now.