Partner with a Lender vs. Broker

When it comes to finding needed capital for your business, there are a few important aspects to keep in mind during your search. In today’s world with the swiftly growing digital age, funding options are everywhere we click. Many business owners overlook the source and whether they’re talking to a broker or a lender. They […]

A Deal Worth Celebrating

Midwest Business Funding has been fortunate enough to help new clients over the last several years to continue to grow even in a challenging world. We share our client’s success stories in hopes of helping others to know of financial resources available that keep small businesses stable and growing. We are a referral-based business meaning […]

A Great Start to a Great New Year

We all experienced challenges in 2020. It taught us all a lot. No matter what is going on in the world, we’re in control of our day. Try to win the day, every day. This includes embracing the changes. Fight through the hurdles. Celebrate the opportunities. Use “I get to” versus “I have to” for […]

Committed to Community

Midwest Business Funding has always been committed to giving back to our community. Now, more than ever, it is critical to lend a helping hand wherever you are able. This time, MBF decided to partner with Rainmakers to give back with Brookside Community, a wonderful inner-city nonprofit that serves poverty in Indianapolis. We were able […]

Keep Building and Investing in Relationships

It is a critical time in our world to invest in relationships, but there is an important message here; never stop meeting new people or investing in relationships. Relationships are the lifeblood of any successful business. Relationships are the core of any successful person. We tend to take them for granted too often and we […]

Maximizing Money for your Business

Most business leaders understand the time value of money on some level, but the question is how well? As a business, money or having capital available allows you to take advantage of opportunities. On the flip side, when you are waiting to get paid to be able to move forward on opportunities, you are losing money and potentially could lose out on opportunities as a whole.