FACTORING: A FINANCE SOLUTION FOR YOUR BUSINESS IN KANSAS

The Sunflower State

Almost 90% of Kansas is used for agriculture. Top agricultural products include: wheat, corn, soybeans, cattle, and sheep. The Sunflower State, aside from agriculture, is known for petroleum. Kansas is ranked 8th in the nation in petroleum production and 8th in the nation in natural gas production. Aerospace companies also have a stock in Kansas’ economy. Many aerospace and aircraft corporations have manufacturing facilities in the state. The Sunflower State, although known as a state in America’s Breadbasket, has a larger manufacturing industry than agriculture. Powering its manufacturing sector is the expanding alternative energy sector. Kansas is ranked second in America for wind energy potential.

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Core Industries:

  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Energy

 

Eagle Business Credit Offers Working Capital Funding Across Kansas!

Eagle Business Credit serves businesses across Kansas, including those in Kansas City, Topeka, Overland Park, and Wichita. Kansas boasts a thriving aerospace industry with several original equipment manufacturers operating in Wichita, like Bombardier Learjet, Cessna Aircraft, and Beechcraft. One in five citizens in Topeka, the state capital, are employed by the government. Kansas City is home to the GM Fairfax Assembly Plant, a top employer in the city.

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A State to Start Your Business

Telecommunications company, Sprint Corporation, operates from Overland Park. Sprint is the fourth largest mobile provider in the nation.

Koch Industries, the second largest privately held American company, operates from Wichita. Koch functions within a variety of industries including: chemicals, energy, finance, and trading.

Payless Shoes operates a major distribution center in Topeka as well as its headquarters.

Garmin, the global positioning and technology company, is headquartered in Olathe.

How can business invoice factoring help your Kansas business?

Financing receivables is when a business sells its open invoices to a factoring company. We take a discount fee and you collect up to 90% of your sale. It’s your money, so stop waiting 30 to 90 days for your customer to pay you. Free up your cash flow so you can focus on making more sales and gathering more customers. We’ll handle the collection of your open invoices, so you can relax and get back to what you enjoy: running your business.

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