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Sallyport Commercial Finance Provides a Credit Facility to a Full-Service Marketing and Merchandising Firm.

5/13/19 – Louisiana – Sallyport Commercial Finance helps an existing client expand by offering a $750,000 Accounts Receivable Facility to a newly formed woman-owned business so they can move into new markets.

As a minority owned business, they now have the opportunity to expand and win new contracts opening the door to distribution to markets promoting consumer related products such as kitchen cookware, bed sheets/linens, hats, bags and clothing.  This business specializes in on-trend product development, data analytics, creative solutions and global logistics.

“The growth of our current client has been tremendous over the last year. With that success, the decision to create a new business for strategic advantages would help continue that growth. The newly formed woman-owned business would allow them to service a new segment of their market. We are glad to provide the additional credit facility to help their continued success,” says Matthew Tobin, Vice President of Business Development.

Sallyport is pleased to partner with our clients in new and exciting ventures that help promote opportunities they may not have been able to achieve without a sound financial partner.  Fueling the Hopes and Dreams of Our Entrepreneurs is our goal and passion.

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