I want to live in a town with a thriving downtown core, with good restaurants, a great bakery, nice shops, and a comforting grocery store. I want to live in a community which supports these business owners. A community where I don’t have to get in a car, drive a half hour, sit in traffic, and shop in a 100,000 square foot store to buy things made halfway around the world.
The problem is… it’s tough for the small business owners to compete. It’s tougher still when the banks are less often lending to small businesses, which increasing loans to their larger competitors.
But who says we have to wait for banks to change? Who says banks are the answer? One new company, Community Sourced Capital, claims they have the answer.
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