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Cash Burn: When Does It Make Sense? (Alternative Title: Burn Baby Burn…Or Not.)

Published on September 23, 2019

Cash Burn: When Does It Make Sense? – By David Gens Those of us that follow business news get constantly bombarded with stories of companies raising large amounts of money. Whether it’s Uber raising $8 billion in an IPO or a local start-up raising a few million dollars, we see these headlines non-stop, and it’s […]

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Small Businesses are Driving Regional Economies (and that’s awesome!)

Published on August 13, 2019

The state of regional economies is often a talking point between entrepreneurs and consumers alike. I mean, who doesn’t want increasing access to life-enhancing goods and services? Small businesses and local entrepreneurs have a unique ability to drive regional economic growth whilst maintaining a core built on community. From investments to offering new opportunities, small […]

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Merchant Advance Capital Rebrands as Merchant Growth

Published on July 2, 2019

Say Hello to Merchant Growth: This is our rebrand press release!   Vancouver BC, July 2, 2019 – Merchant Advance Capital, Canada’s fastest and most transparent (no hidden fees) small business financier, is proud to unveil a complete brand refresh that reflects the company’s mission to help small businesses succeed. Canada, meet Merchant Growth. Since […]

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5 Business-Boosting Tips That Won’t Break The Bank

Published on January 17, 2018

It’s January. The busy holiday season is over but your costs are much the same and you have a business to grow. The good news is that you don’t have to dig deep into your pockets to give your business an uplift. Find out how with our five business-boosting tips: Listen It’s never been easier […]

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BC Provincial Election: Are Small Businesses Being Heard?

Published on April 10, 2017

With less than two months until voters in Merchant Advance’s home province of British Columbia head to the polls for a provincial election, small business owners are a major audience for the platforms of parties across the political spectrum. And yet, in a new survey of members of the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB), […]

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The Trump Effect: What Can Canadian Small Businesses Expect?

Published on January 18, 2017

In a mere three days, the United States of America will inaugurate their next president. You may have heard some mention of him in the news lately… though, this being a business blog rather than a political one, we will steer clear of offering our explicit opinion on the governance of our southern neighbours. However, it’s a […]

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Employment Grows – And Shifts Direction

Published on January 6, 2017

It New information has just been released by Statistics Canada showing some interesting trends about Canadian employment. In the 12 months to December, employment gains totalled 214,000 or 1.2%, compared with a growth rate of 0.9% observed over the same period one year earlier. Gains in employment were highlighted by growth in the private sector and especially among women between the […]

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A Cashless Future for Small Business?

Published on December 28, 2016

Could your small business go day to day without accepting cash? That’s the question a new group of payments experts are asking, and it’s being borne out in a few trailblazing businesses in North America. Cash represents a significant majority of the transaction volume for businesses worldwide.  However, business planning and payments processing firms are […]

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Chills and Bills: Managing Utilities Costs

Published on December 21, 2016

It’s only the first official day of winter, but for many Canadians it feels like the deep freeze has been turned on for a while now… especially small business owners looking to keep their business cozy without burning their operating budget on utilities costs. Even in Merchant’s hometown of Vancouver, the chilly weather has taken many […]

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Pebble’s Rocky Exit: Lessons For Small Businesses

Published on December 7, 2016

Those of you who’ve always had an eye on the latest, snazziest tech to hit the market are probably aware of Pebble, one of the first names to make waves on the smart watch and wearable world. The Pebble team was notable for blazing the wearables trail, but also for how they did it: with some […]

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