"We've are a business owners most tenacious working capital ally, at NO COST to them. We have saved MANY companies from almost fatal financial peril either by finding them the right cash flow, factoring or purchase order lender while avoiding the ones who would devour them in fees and cost."
Scott Brown is Managing Partner at Atlanta Working Capital, an Atlanta, Ga. based Intermediary and Broker who guide businesses needing or seeking working capital, purchase order financing, and/or equipment leasing through the congested shark filled waters of Factoring companies, PO Lenders and Leasing companies, all at usually no cost to the business owner.
After 10 years working in the Factoring and PO Finance world, becoming President of the Atlanta Chapter of the National Funding Association, and meeting 1000's of people from all walks of their business life, Scott decided his greatest joy came from still seeing businesses thrive and flourish by having adequate access to working capital.
Yet at the same time, while helping businesses from start-up to $50MM in annual sales, it was clear to Scott the need was greater to protect those same business owners from a sometimes carnivorous mix of Receivables and Purchase Order Lenders.
Today, knowing the Factoring and Purchase Order Finance landscape better than most anyone in the country, Scott and Atlanta Working Capital act as guides and shepherds for the clients, navigating them only to the providers with the highest integrity, who truly care for the customer, and who work creatively to help entrepreneurs with unique cash flow challenges.
Scott and Atlanta Working Capital provide a vigorous and completely personalized approach, and the best part is All at NO cost to the client, not even in the form of lenders increasing their rate.
Scott also provides professional and executive consumer credit repair.
Scott's complete resume may be found at
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