Travis pursued his dream of opening a small furniture manufacturing business and retail location in his hometown of Indiana. With a little help from his QuickSpark superhero, we call him Eric, he was able to get the equipment he needed in order to make his dream a reality.
When an issue arose with the shipping company, Eric was quick to assist with the situation. He did some additional leg work to research how they were transported, tracked the items progress and relayed all the information to give Travis peace of mind.
As a startup company that had to invest in both the manufacturing and retail aspects of the operation – cash on hand was extremely limited. Financing not only retains cash flow in the business, but it also allowed Travis to secure the most efficient equipment that would assist in his success. All while scheduling reasonable payments that could be matched to seasonal retail trends.
Travis had a successful year in 2015 and he’s now looking to expand into additional retail locations for 2016. QuickSpark is proud that we were able to assist in helping Travis reach his dream, and we look forward to being a part of his future operations.
Reserved Operating Cash
Dedicated Account Manager
Built & Established Business Credit
Recieved Business Essential Equipment
"I normally would of paid cash but my accountant recommended I lease as a tax deduction."
"Payments allowed me to purchase all my major equipment up front & start off on the right foot!"
"Not paying upfront freed up my cashflow & got me through my first year."
"This will bring in an additional 40% in sales!"
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