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Updated 3/16/23. Originally published 10/23/20. You probably know that companies, both large and small, finance and lease their equipment. This article can serve as a refresher for your team members, or as part of training your new hires. Business equipment leasing is a valuable tool that can be leveraged to gain more business, but it also serves as a flexible means for your customers to acquire the equipment and solutions their businesses depend on. Financing can get your customers the equipment they need while making for a smoother sales process. But first, let’s discuss how it works exactly. (Watch this short Lease Financing Benefits video below!)
Over the past 20-25 years, technology has gone from helpful to critical. Technology is saving money, saving lives, and has become such an essential element of our day-to-day, we can hardly imagine a world without it.
Updated 3/1/23. Originally published 11/23/20. For any company to be valuable, even sellable one day, there is a lot more to consider than just the bottom line. You need to be asking yourself questions like: Can we continue to grow in the future while maintaining margins? Am I too dependent on a key employee or key customer? Will our competition change? Are my future revenues secure? Whether you intend to continue growing your business, sell it, or pass it on to others, it is important to continually strive to increase your enterprise value. Of course, when determining the value of a company there are several considerations, such as the diversity of your products and services, margins of each, and pricing from your suppliers. But beyond those important considerations, another effective way you can grow your enterprise value is by adopting a bundled strategy.
There are plenty of challenges to overcome when choosing an internship that is right for you. We believe you should be able to make a difference, own your happiness, make your path, and own your development in any internship or job experience. Let’s dive in to see if this is the path for you.