Pennsylvania is one of the nations’ most-populated states. Pennsylvania is home to fifty Fortune 500 companies. The first nationally chartered bank in America was founded in Philadelphia. This bank, the Bank of North America, is now a part of Wells Fargo. The Keystone State is a top producer of mushrooms, apples, firs, and chickens. Pennsylvania is ranked 8th in the country for wine production. In all, Pennsylvania’s agricultural industry employs over 66,000 people. Tourists flock to historical sites like Philadelphia, Valley Forge, and Gettysburg. Pennsylvania is the second-largest natural gas producer in the nation.
Eagle Business Credit serves businesses across Pennsylvania, including those in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Harrisburg. Philadelphia is a major player in finance and biotechnology industries. Pittsburgh is home to several headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, a growing technology sector, and multiple colleges and universities. Harrisburg sees heavy operations in trade, warehousing, and distribution due to its transportation infrastructure.
U.S. Steel, the steel producer and world’s first billion-dollar corporation, is headquartered in Pittsburgh. U.S. Steel is the nation’s second largest producer of steel.
PPG Industries, Inc. is a global producer of coatings, chemicals, and glass. This Fortune 500 company is headquartered in Pittsburgh.
PNC Financial Services is headquartered in Pittsburgh. PNC is the state’s largest bank holding company and the sixth-largest in the nation.
Having strong cash flow means having a strong business. Waiting on the collection of open invoices can hurt your business growth. Our invoice factoring solutions provide immediate payment on your outstanding invoices. Receivables funding frees up your working capital, so instead of waiting on customer payment, you can grow, meet payroll, and pay your suppliers. Our working capital funding strategies make running your business easier. Each business is unique, so it follows that your financing method should be, too.
Call us today and find out how easy it is to turn your unpaid invoices into funds you can use to grow tomorrow.