Winterize with a Merchant Cash Advance for Your Restaurant

The warmer months of the year can be a great time to be in the restaurant business. Through the spring and fall you can leave windows and doors open or capitalize on your fantastic outdoor eating area. These can be great booms to your business and shore up what is often a substantial dip in the winter.

However, you might still need an infusion of small business funding to keep your restaurant operating in the winter. This is because those big open windows and outdoor eating areas that make your eatery ideal in warm months can be poisonous to your bottom line in the winter. The trick? Winterizing your restaurant!

Sealing up windows and doors, cleaning out heating ducts, finding energy-efficient radiators, and other tricks for making your restaurant warm in the winter do not have to be expensive, but they will cost something. With a merchant cash advance from Infinity Capital Funding you can get the money you need to get the job done and pay for it throughout the season.

Assuring you have the funding for business to keep running through the winter is vitally important. The restaurant business can be fickle, the best way to combat that is to keep things consistent.

Adding a Service or Product to Your Small Business, Smartly

Major chain stores can seem monolithic and consistent to a fault. In truth, the scope and size of the largest retail chains allow them to experiment a lot without tampering too much with customer expectations. They can incorporate new products in a “test market” without investing too much money in something that does not have an appeal to consumers.

For smaller retail stores, where funding for business is much lower, adjusting strategies and incorporating new products and services can be more difficult. Investing in a product or service can take a small store off course and suck up more than its value in small business funding.

Here are a few ways to consider whether a new product or service is worthwhile to your business:

  • Have You Maxed Out Profit Potential from Current Products? If there is more money to be made out of your current products and services, you should establish avenues to get it before taking on new products.
  • Can You Add Something New Without Losing Focus? Pulling focus from your established business model can ruin it and put too much focus on something new.
  • Has This Product Worked Elsewhere? We all want to innovate, but knowing a product or service (or something similar) has already worked in similar markets is a safe way to invest your funding for business.