Business Finance USA, headed by CEO and Founder, Bryan Miller was named the International Trade Finance Company of the Year by the Global Trade Chamber at their Annual Global Trade Summit. According to Bryan, “Our goal is lead businesses on a pathway that provides financial growth, with strong capital sources that will provide them funding when they need it.”
In today’s connected, global economy, the ability to do business with people in most parts of the world is not only possible, it’s growing rapidly. Douglas Hale, formerly with the US Chamber of Commerce and now with Business Finance USA said, ” To make more sales two things all businesses tend to need are more customers and more money.”
What sets Business Finance USA apart from it’s competitors goes beyond CEO Bryan Millers’ 40+ years of experience in the finance industry, it’s about their ability to shift gears in the last decade and to find innovative sources of funding in the area of Supply Chain Financing that other companies do not have.
Bryan has seen the lending climate change . He tells business owners that although there’s more opportunities for international deal-making, they will not be able to take advantage of them without funding. Unfortunately for the business borrowers, fewer banks are in the market of providing the business loans and lines of credit that many of these small-to-medium size companies require.
Bryan’s Business Finance USA has turned this need to find sources of funding into a niche advantage for his company. Bryan is a broker or represents multiple sources of funding and can offer innovative funding for manufacturing whether in the United States or most countries in the world. There are a few exceptions and places where we are not doing business.
This need for money to make the sales has been just the challenge that has catapulted Business Finance USA to the top of the industry as the International Trade Finance Company of the Year. “There can be many advantages to having access to more capital for your business.Many business owners use this money to purchase larger quantities of materials as well as to take advantage of opportunities to receive cash discounts because they have money,” said Bryan.
When asked about business cash flow and what he recommends for business owners Bryan says, “Realistically if you’re going to be able to stay in business ,you need access to enough cash to operate your business for a least six months, not just barely enough money to survive week-to-week. ” As the number of banks lending money and providing funding to small and medium-sized companies decreased, Business Finance USA’s client base increased because they found innovative sources of funding allowing them to help borrowers succeed with creative ways of getting capital where other companies have failed.
Bryan Miller, who began his finance career in the equipment leasing industry in 1974 selected Doral,Florida located in South Florida as the location for his company, Business Finance USA more than a decade ago. Today, Doral, Florida is one of the fastest growing cities for business in the United States. Miami is considered the most international city in the World and so being a lender specializing in international trade finance is a perfect fit for this market
Bryan said, “When I ask a business owner to tell me the three items in their business they spend the most money on, I learn which areas I can help them impact the most by obtaining additional working capital. We do asset-based lending helping businesses get capital through receivable financing, factoring solutions, manufacturing in the US and globally( with a few exceptions), owner-occupied commercial real estate loans, equipment leasing and business working capital.”
When asked which type of small to medium-size businesses would be the best candidates for business loans and credit Bryan Miller included exporters, importers, distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers of products such as furniture, aircraft parts, medical equipment, beauty products, canned foods, and importers of plants and flowers to name a few.