To celebrate the end of Small Business Month, Online lender Merchant Advance Capital is running their Rainy Day Giveaway. From now until November 6, business owners will have the choice to either win $5,000 in cash, or a package worth $15,000 in creative services.
Many small businesses know their brand could use a refresh, but often don’t have the budget or expertise to know where to start; that’s why Merchant Advance included a high-value option for a package of creative services as part of the prize. As small business lenders, they know that liquidity goes a long way.
To enter, all you need to do is go online and tell Merchant Advance Capital what your small business would do with an extra $5,000 in its bank account.
The giveaway is part of Merchant Advance’s committment to championing small businesses, which form the backbone of Canada’s economy. Small businesses make neighbourhoods vibrant, colourful and unique, as well as employing almost 98% of the population.
Enter to win either a comprehensive package of $15,000 in creative services from some of Canada’s most dynamic agencies or $5,000 in cash. The creative services are generously donated by:
- Yulu PR – public relations agency
- Bowery Creative – SEO and digital marketing agency
- Skyrocket – a branding and design agency
To enter the contest, go to Merchantadvance.com/rainyday. You’ll get extra chances to win by sharing the contest on social media, so don’t forget to spread the word. And make sure you don’t miss out by submitting your entry before the contest closes at 9:59 p.m. MST on November 6.
About Merchant Advance Capital
Merchant Advance Capital is an alternative online lender for small businesses who don’t have the necessary collateral to borrow from a bank – loans are made against a percentage of future credit and debit sales, so they get repaid when a business gets paid. Because the turnaround is so much faster, their customers prefer to develop a long-term relationship, so Merchant Advance is on speed dial whenever they need an extra cash boost to buy new equipment or special-order a rare product for a customer.