Kabbage, Inc. is an online financial technology company based in Atlanta, Georgia. The company provides funding directly to small businesses and consumers through an automated lending platform.

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  • If you’re a small business owner, you might consider yourself immune from break-ins or cyber attacks. After all, shouldn’t criminals be more interested in giant corporations and their much deeper pockets? It would be great if this were the case, but unfortunately, statistics paint a different picture. Criminals actually target small businesses at an alarming... Read more The post 6 Ways to Improve...

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  • It’s no secret that it takes a lot of time and work — OK, OK…blood, sweat and tears sometimes too! — to attract and hire the right people for your restaurant’s concept. And while it can be time-intensive to get started, it doesn’t have to be this way forever or break the bank once you... Read more The post Attracting Restaurant Talent Through Brand Storytelling appeared first on Kabbage Small Busi...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Jacie Dunkle, owner of Tin Whistle Irish Pub. Dunkle and her team bring Irish culture to life for her guests and love doing so. Along with Tin Whistle, Dunkle owns two other restaurants in the Charlottesville area as well – Fellini’s #9 and Salad Maker. To keep up with Tin... Read more The post Behind the Business: Tin Whistle Brings Locals Together for Irish Ji...

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  • Having an entrepreneurial spirit is one of the many common threads shared by Kabbage employees. As a company that promotes both collective and individual growth, we celebrate when our employees delve deeper into their interests outside of the office and, in some cases, make a business out of it. We sat down with four Kabbage... Read more The post Supporting Small Businesses, In and Out of Kabbage!...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Cristina Garza, owner of and Chief Number Cruncher at Accountingprose. Garza serves a wide variety of small businesses – from technology startups to creative agencies to professional service organizations. Garza and her team work tirelessly to ensure passion-chasers can continue successfully chasing their passions. To keep up with these small... Read more The po...

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  • Start Quiz Believe it or not, how you manage your inventory affects how much cash your small business generates daily. If you’re mismanaging your inventory, you’re putting yourself at a disadvantage. A higher turnover ratio has a better impact on your cash flow. But how do you know where to start? Calculate your inventory turnover... Read more The post How You Manage Your Inventory Affects Your Ca...

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  • Too many American business owners don’t have the capital they need to grow because they fear lenders will deny their credit applications. Even when facing financial difficulties, most businesses shy away from debt. A 2016 survey by the Federal Reserve bank, reported that 76 percent of businesses used their own funds to overcome financial challenges.... Read more The post Which Business Loan Is Rig...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Kelly Nelson, founder and CCO of L.E.D. Experience. A serial entrepreneur, Nelson believes in following your passions and making your work environment filled with joy. Nelson has long been intrigued in mixing mediums to create emotionally captivating experiences and constantly is inspired to create. Follow her small business on Facebook, Instagram and... Read more The post Small...

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  • Restaurants fail. It’s an unpleasant and unavoidable fact of the industry, though there have been some lengthy disagreements on just how often restaurant failure truly occurs. Regardless, it remains a topic that many restaurateurs don’t like to dwell on. And who could blame them? When you’re so heavily invested, both financially and emotionally, and the... Read more The post Want to be a Successfu...

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  • Though women comprise nearly half of the labor force, they are underrepresented as business owners. As of 2016, women own 38 percent of all businesses in the country. If you’re curious about women and their experiences in the small business world, check out these interesting facts. Women and Education A generation or two ago, most... Read more The post An Overview of Women in Business appeared fir...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Cristina Garza, owner of and Chief Number Cruncher at Accountingprose. Garza serves a wide variety of small businesses – from technology startups to health and fitness companies to professional service organizations. Garza and her team work tirelessly to ensure passion-chasers can continue successfully doing just that. Accessing small business funding shouldn...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Jen Earle, CEO of the National Association of Women Business Owners, on the importance of women business owners helping one another. “It’s very important to find your tribe in whatever that looks like in whatever capacity that is personal and professional and just keep building it,” she emphasizes. NAWBO helps women entrepreneurs propel their businesses forward through economic,...

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  • Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Jacie Dunkle, owner of Tin Whistle Irish Pub. Dunkle and her team bring Irish culture to life for her guests and love doing so. Along with Tin Whistle, Dunkle owns two other restaurants in the Charlottesville area as well – Fellini’s #9 and Salad Maker. Accessing small business funding shouldn't be complicated or time-consuming, so Kabbage developed a simple wa...

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  • Famous entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg have been quoted as saying some of the most inspirational words in the world, and they have some of the most successful companies in the world! Their words encompass their experiences, successful and failed, and their work ethic; without this motivation and hard work none of them would have been able to start their company. Wheth...

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  • Are you prepared for the upcoming holidays? Just this past year, holiday retail sales totaled to $658 billion! It’s one of the busiest times of year for retailers, and you don’t want to miss out on it. To ensure you’re prepared, take a look at the checklists below to make sure this is your best... Read more The post Two Checklists Your Retail Biz Needs for the Holidays ❄ appeared first on Kabbage ...

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  • The holiday season is approaching, and as a small business owner, your eyes might be set on those peak spending days, so you want to ensure you’re ready for them. Last year, holiday revenue showed positive gains from 2015, and this year, revenue projections show steady, albeit slower, gains as well. One of the largest... Read more The post What You Need to Know for Peak Shopping Season appeared fi...

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  • A small business without a website will stay small, plain and simple. As critical as a website is for small business success, a website that gets little-to-no traffic is just as bad – or even possibly worse. These 20 tips will help you drive traffic to your website that will generate engagement with potential buyers,... Read more The post 20 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Website appeared first on ...

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  •   Kabbage spoke with Anita Iaco from Jenn’s Junction Preschool to learn about her experience opening and operating the school. Anita and her daughter Jenn opened the preschool together after Jenn graduated with a degree in early education. Jenn didn’t want to limit herself to a single classroom, so she decided to open the school... Read more The post Small Business Spotlight: Jenn’s Junction Presc...

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  • In some parts of the country, typical construction work tends to drop off in the fall and not pick up again until the spring. This makes it tough for construction firms that still need to pay overhead and provide an income for employees and owners. How can companies manage to stretch six to nine months... Read more The post Managing Expenses for Your Construction Business in the Winter appeared fi...

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  •   Kabbage spoke with Anita Iaco from Jenn’s Junction Preschool to learn about her experience opening and operating the school. Anita and her daughter Jenn opened the preschool together after Jenn graduated with a degree in early education. Jenn didn’t want to limit herself to a single classroom, so she decided to open the school... Read more The post Small Business Spotlight: Jenn’s Junction Presc...

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  • In some parts of the country, typical construction work tends to drop off in the fall and not pick up again until the spring. This makes it tough for construction firms that still need to pay overhead and provide an income for employees and owners. How can companies manage to stretch six to nine months... Read more The post Managing Expenses for Your Construction Business in the Winter appeared fi...

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  • The phrase “retail loans” refers to loans obtained from retail lenders. However, in some cases, the phrase can also apply to loans taken out by retailers. To shed some light on the similarities and differences between these two definitions, here is an overview and a look at some related concepts: What are retail lenders? Retail... Read more The post An Overview of Retail Loans appeared first on Ka...

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  • It can be tough to rebuild after a natural disaster. In fact, 40 percent of small businesses don’t reopen their doors after disasters, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). With both hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many small businesses have been negatively affected. If you’re one of those small businesses, here are some tips... Read more The post What You Need to Know About Reb...

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  • Good managers already know that workers are more productive when they’re part of a positive company culture, when they’re not bogged down by busy work or red tape and when they’re maintaining a healthy work-life balance. While these strategies are tried-and-true, they shouldn’t be the end-all-be-all of your productivity-boosting arsenal. Instead, consider these unusual tips... Read more The post 8...

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