What You’ll Learn
How Curtis annoyed the right people until he got (and cultivated) his business’ first impactful relationship Why Lending America is so focused on helping younger startup companies get off the ground What startup business owners do when they get their first big piece of funding that tanks their chances of success And much more! Favorite Quote
“We have a kind of a structured growth pattern. My goal as a business is, I love startups. That’s why we’re very niche to startups. We really like helping younger companies typically, because when an American company gets past 24 months old, every two years they have a lot more borrowing power through traditional lead sources. And so, my goal is to kind of help bridge that gap. When we start from ground zero, we primarily source things through lines of credit, anything that’s going to get our client, no accrued interest, because that’s where the juice and the value really comes from. Because if I can get a client 18 months of no accrued interest, what that does is that buys them the most inexpensive loan that they can actually get. There’s not a more inexpensive loan that exists. And on top of that, it’s also revolving. So, for marketers, it’s hugely important.” – Curtis Nalley
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