Global Leader in Alternative Business Finance Has Achieved 50% 3-Year Growth Earning Its Place On the Inc. 5000 List and Winning Best Business Lender – Digital Offering At The Prestigious 2016 Australian Business Banking Awards
NEW YORK – August 23, 2016 – Capify, a leading provider of alternative finance to small and medium sized businesses in the US, UK, Australia and Canada announced that it has been named in the exclusive Inc. 5000 ranking based on its 50% three-year growth rate. Companies on this list have been recognized as some of the most successful and fastest-growing private businesses in America. Other prominent brands to appear in the Inc. 5000 over the years include Microsoft, LinkedIn, Pandora and Domino’s Pizza.
Capify also won the prestigious 2016 Australian Business Banking Award for Best Business Lender – Digital Offering. This is the first time a non-bank has won this category. Capify leverages a unique online underwriting platform that provides decisions to business owners within 60 seconds. The company prides itself on being a leader in the alternative financing industry.
“I couldn’t be more proud of our company for being named to the exclusive Inc. 5000 list as well as winning the Australian Business Banking Award for Best Business Lender – Digital Offering,” said David Goldin, Founder, President & CEO of Capify. “The accolade of being named on the Inc. 5000 list couldn’t have been achieved without the hard work of all our employees and of course businesses that we help worldwide by providing them easy and responsible access to capital. Furthermore, I am thrilled that the Australian banking industry has recognized our industry leading technology and underwriting platform that provides Australia business owners decisions within 60 seconds by recognizing us as the Best Business Lender – Digital Offering in all of Australia.”
With 14 years’ experience in the alternative finance industry, Capify has a proven history of growth and success, including being an early mover in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom, and the first alternative financer to offer Merchant Cash Advances in Australia. Capify is also the first alternative finance provider to operate in four leading international, and previously untapped, markets. In 2015, the company undertook a major rebrand to join together previously separate brands in each country it operates in which were all founded by CEO, David Goldin. About Capify
Capify is a leading SME alternative finance provider powered by proprietary technology and analytics. Capify leverages a proprietary underwriting platform to provide working capital solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses in Australia, USA, UK and Canada, including business loans, merchant cash advances, and lines of credit. Business owners can apply online and receive decisions in 60 seconds or less at the company’s various websites. For additional information about Capify, please visit www.www.capify.com.au.
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