Despite a Bad Economy, MotherFund is Making Funding Available for Small Business Growth and Development

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ROCKWALL, Texas — MotherFund, a leading provider of working capital and creative financial solutions for small businesses nationwide, today made it clear that regardless of the economic slowdown, it has plenty of working capital available for businesses, especially those in the restaurant and retail sectors. According to Jason Bishop, MotherFund’s Chairman and CEO, “Because we use private investor funds, we are not influenced by the very difficult and complex problems that have paralyzed the banking and credit industry. We can easily meet the funding demands of small businesses for operations and expansion.”

Bishop says many people are preaching doom and gloom, but MotherFund is beginning to see increased investment activity from the private equity market. Private investors provide MotherFund with the resources to offer working capital financing to small businesses in the retail sector, through a variety of programs, such as a merchant cash advance. This type of financing allows merchants access to a consistently available source of money for daily business needs, merchandise management, expansion, and other requirements that keep the business growing.

According to Bishop, “MotherFund is aggressively raising more capital right now due to increased demand by small businesses who need the financing to grow. They are certainly not getting the support they need from other financial institutions, so we are pleased to be able to help this vital segment of our economy.”

About MotherFund

MotherFund is a Texas-based company that provides alternative financial products and services for small businesses. The company is a leading provider of creative working capital solutions that allow businesses access to a consistently available source of money. These needs include seasonal merchandise, expansion, inventory, new equipment, and other requirements that keep the business growing.

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