Post Tagged with: "small business loans"

Plousio, Bond Street and the Future of SMB Lending

Plousio, Bond Street and the Future of SMB Lending

by October 10, 2016 at 10:31 am 0 comments

Lending, especially for small businesses, is an area that has been technologically stagnant for years—which is probably why at the moment it feels like it’s saturated with fintechs. But just because it’s fintech doesn’t mean it’s good, as Simple CEO Josh Reich noted recently. The burning desire to see real disruptionRead More

3 Startups to Watch: Bond Street, EquityZen, Romit

3 Startups to Watch: Bond Street, EquityZen, Romit

by September 28, 2016 at 12:14 pm 0 comments

If you look hard enough, you can find a startup for anything nowadays: you can exchange diamonds through the world’s first P2P diamond exchange, for example, buy a handbag in installments, and invest in big data companies one five-dollar micro-investment at a time, probably all without leaving your house (or even gettingRead More

Lendio to Partner with Staples on Small Business Lending

Lendio to Partner with Staples on Small Business Lending

by February 13, 2015 at 4:17 pm 0 comments

Lendio has entered into a deal with Staples to make its small business loan marketplace service available through the office supply giant. Staples will announce the deal on Feb. 25 at the New York Stock Exchange, according to company information received by Bank Innovation. Public relations representatives for the companies called the news  unconfirmed. The partnership,Read More

Lendio Prepares to Automate Document Gathering for Borrowers

Lendio Prepares to Automate Document Gathering for Borrowers

by April 3, 2014 at 11:20 am 0 comments

Online small business lender Lendio is asking its borrowers to dish on the dismal job of gathering documents for a loan. The survey was sent to Lendio customers yesterday. Salt Lake City-based Lendio works with banks to acquire more customers. Its system looks and acts like a personal financial managementRead More

MasterCard Partners with Startup EFL — But Doesn’t Take an Equity Stake

MasterCard Partners with Startup EFL — But Doesn’t Take an Equity Stake

by September 19, 2013 at 2:28 pm 1 comment

MasterCard announced a partnership with alternative scoring startup Entrepreneurial Finance Labs (EFL) earlier this week. The deal did not involve the payments giant taking an ownership stake. EFL offers credit providers in developing markets with sophisticated tools to improve underwriting for small business loans. Co-founder and COO DJ DiDonna ofRead More