By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ One of the key tenets of my consulting business model is “one loan type does not fit all”. That is to say that you can’t use the same type of loan for all business purposes as each business is unique in terms …Read More »
International Growth Strategies/Financing Options
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ Many companies choose to achieve growth by competing in an international foot print. A few of the reasons are domestic market sales have flattened out, achieving lower production costs by outsourcing, managing risks, learning the demographics of foreign customers and matching or …Read More »
Inland Empire Business Loans: Strategy First, Money Second
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ My mission statement is simple: Make my clients happy by helping them increase sales and profits using uniquely crafted loans as the tool. I am a money guy but I have morphed into a growth strategist out of necessity. When I meet …Read More »
Think Strategically- Finance Your Business Growth with Your Own Money!
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ Most companies can be categorized as either “pre-revenue”, young startup, young operating with excellent growth potential, mature, or old and in decline. I like to work with the young operating with growth potential segment, as this group is aggressive and they see …Read More »
Business Loan Hunting … You Want to Win or You Want To Lose?
By Eugene E. Valdez AKA the Loan Doctor™ The Loan Doctor has a pleasant bedside manner and likes to dispense business health tips. So hang on. Everybody knows to be a healthy company CEOs need sufficient capital, be it their own (equity) or somebody else’s, (debt). Most CEOs after initially …Read More »
Time Value of Employees
By Tim Kolacz I’m in a couple of meetings yesterday and two stats jump out at me due to their similarities, from two people in completely different industries. The stats were this, 80% of all employees are open to a new opportunity and 60-65% of people will listen to a …Read More »