About Us

Learn How Midwest Business Funding Is Different From Traditional Lenders

Who We Are

Midwest Business Funding (MBF) is an Indianapolis-based commercial lender offering a variety of alternative lending solutions, including equipment financing, purchase financing, quick capital loans and invoice factoring, for small and mid-sized businesses. Since 2008, we’ve been taking an unconventional approach to commercial lending, prioritizing our client’s needs over all else. Just as it’s important for you to know who you’re working with; we feel it’s important for us to understand your business and its needs. We consult with every potential client to ensure they are a good fit to create and maintain lasting relationships.

Typically, MBF clients are unable to obtain conventional financing through traditional lenders, resulting in undercapitalization and prohibiting the future growth of the company. Rather than focusing on your past, MBF looks to your future. We want to help our clients capture the growth opportunities in front of them and help them pursue new avenues of success.

Why We Are Different

Customized Lending Solutions

Every business is unique. We think your funding should be, too.

No Long-Term Agreements

We provide simple and easy “use it as you need it” funding.

No Volume Requirements or Hidden Fees

MBF provides transparent and easy-to-understand terms.

Quick Approvals

Fund your business within 24 to 48 hours.


As your lending partner, we provide you with control and flexibility.

Scott Callahan

Chief Executive Officer

Gavin P Fisher


Jeff Farren

Chief Financial Officer

Rachel Anderson

Director of Operations & Compliance

Sherry Creek

Operations Manager

Geoffrey Jones

Strategic Account Manager

Holly Owens


Gabe Starr

Business Management Intern

See What Our Clients Say About Us...

Midwest Business Funding Partners - Rivers and Resources
Midwest Business Funding Partners - Highway Safety Services
Midwest Business Funding Partners - The Brookfield Group
Midwest Business Funding Partners - Hudson Construction Company
Midwest Business Funding Partners - Energy Efficiency Resources
“Midwest Business Funding has been a major factor in my company’s growth. They evaluate each client individually and provide growth funding which my bank was not willing to do. MBF worked quickly and efficiently to find a solution for our working capital. Midwest Business Funding has taken so much pressure off me by letting me concentrate on my business and not looking for growth funding constantly. I would not have been able to triple my business last year without MBF!” – Jim Hudson, Hudson Commercial Construction
“My company Highway Safety Services went through a Period of time where we could not get regular funding through banks, or any other financial institutions Midwest Business Funding came to our rescue. Over the course of 5 years, we used Midwest Business funding for Factoring and short-term equipment financing. Their entire staff were always there when we needed help. HSS eventually was able to obtain bank financing. We would never have gotten to this point without MBF. Thanks again…” – Mike Madrid, President & Owner, Highway Safety Services
“Couldn’t find better partner when it comes to funding. Great company who cares about you and your success. Respectful, responsive, honest, and always available to help you grow your business.” – Fadi J. Abdallah, CEO, The Brookfield Group
“MBF is the professional friend and ally to small business. With a reliable, knowledgeable staff, MBF is always poised to support your growth needs.” – Eddie L. Rivers, Jr. President Rivers Resources

Our Requirments

Here are a few key items we require from our clients in order to become their lending partner:
$500k in Annual Revenue

B2B Business or Real Estate

In Business min of 6 months

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