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Sallyport Commercial Finance Arranges a Factoring Facility to a Growing Staffing Company

Ontario, Canada – [8/22/19] – Sallyport Commercial Finance assembles a $250,000 Accounts Receivable facility to a commercial home care agency.

Established in 2016, this staffing company identified a need in the market for skilled nursing services for hospitals and healthcare facilities.  The business is growing and desired a financial partner who understood their objectives and was willing to grow with them.  With a tailored cashflow solution, Sallyport is confident this company will find success and drive growth, bringing value to the business and its customers.

“This staffing company turned to Sallyport because they found their previous financing company too restrictive.  We were able to fund this client in a little over a week and they have already expressed their gratitude over our flexibility and speed,” says Dan Millar, Vice President of Business Development.

Sallyport Commercial Finance is excited to help this company with future projects as they move to add additional services to their product offerings.  With Sallyport’s creative and flexible financing solution, the business is projected to grow as they continue on the path of achieving their Hopes and Dreams.

 

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