Business Loan Help Comes To Michigan





Troy, MI (PRESS RELEASE – June 15, 2009) — Keith McKensie, founder of Advanced Business Capital, an Ohio based financial consulting firm, announced today the opening of a new affiliate office in Troy, Michigan.

Specializing in helping start up companies get capital, and helping existing companies expand their operations (with no maximum limit), Advanced Business Capital is excited about helping Michigan businesses grow in these tough economic times.

“We are very happy to have established an office in Michigan, and are looking forward to helping a number of businesses in Michigan to get financed”, said Keith.

The Michigan office is managed by Dave and Kris Koester, along with son Mark Koester, Senior Partners, combining with 65 years of entrepreneurial experience.

“We are very pleased to have the Koesters on board with the company. They have a wealth of experience in business and franchises, and we are looking forward to working with them”, added Keith.

Advanced Business Capital is a “one-stop operation”, offering a full menu of products and services. The Michigan office will write a comprehensive business plan for its clients. Then direct them to the appropriate lenders (conventional or bridge loan) for working capital, floor planning (for car dealers), receivable financing, debt restructuring, equipment leasing, commercial real estate, inventory financing, and more.

“We look forward to helping small and large businesses alike attain the capital they need. With over 240 lenders and private investors, Advanced Business Capital will be able to help many businesses who just can’t find the funds locally”, said Dave.

For more information on loans from $100,000 to $100,000,000 call 248-687-1495 or visit http://advancedbusinesscapital.weebly.com.

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