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"When banks say 'no,' we can find businesses the 'yes' they need to grow."

RIVERSIDE, Calif., June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ken Cottman is not a typical financier – he's not a banker – and that is good news for businesses in Riverside County.  Cottman's Byron Commercial Capital just opened and is providing alternatives to traditional bank financing, which continues to be difficult for many businesses to obtain from traditional lending sources.

"I spent years successfully spearheading growth initiatives for large organizations.  When I talk to small business owners about their growth plans, finding the capital to reach their goals is the number one priority and challenge," Cottman said. "Capital is the vital commodity that every business needs to grow, and for many smaller enterprises, that access is still limited, and limiting."

Small business is the backbone of our regional and national economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, small businesses represent nearly 98 percent of the employers in the country. Says Cottman: "While our local economy has recovered and is improving, we have to get capital to smaller enterprises in order to create the jobs that underpin the life of our communities."

"The good news is that there is plenty out there if you know how to find it.  That's where we help; by connecting businesses to capital," Cottman said.  "Byron Commercial Capital helps build new relationships for those businesses, finding them the means to grow or run their operations."

Byron Commercial Capital specializes in commercial finance with a focus on business financing. It will work with businesses to find the best types of financing available at attractive rates, and offer lending to include commercial real estate loans, equipment leasing, sale leasebacks, heavy equipment leasing or financing, accounts receivable financing, factoring, bridge and hard money loans, SBA financing, business acquisition financing, hotel financing, stock loans, portfolio liquidations, private equity and joint ventures. It can provide access to loans and other financing from $10,000 to $10 million and more.   

For further information, please visit:  www.byroncommercialcapital.com; call 866.836.2794, or email info@byroncommercialcapital.com.

Media Contact: Mike Bohne (315) 264-6303

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