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David Banfield, President of The Interface Financial Group, reported recently on the ongoing growth of the organization on an international scale.
The concept of "other people's money" has now been introduced as a provision of a capital source, and this facility is now being offered to franchisees in the United States, Canada, the UK and Australia.
The Interface Financial Group is pleased to announce the opening of their South Africa Master Licensee office in Pretoria. This new office represents another significant stage in the expansion plans for Interface.
Success is getting orders and growing the business. However, growth is only good when you can finance it, and financing has been difficult to get for many small business owners.
Recent retirees from corporate America, Ken and Mindy DeHaven are using their extensive financial expertise to help local small businesses grow with their Interface Financial Group (IFG) franchise.
Bob Clark’s travels have guided his working life, and continue to do so with his latest venture – the Interface Financial Group (IFG).
Local Couple Aids Small Business, Complements Bank Services with The Interface Financial Group (IFG) Franchise
Steve and Karen Nipper spent years working in the banking industry in Southwest Arkansas and other regions of the country, and they have firsthand knowledge of the small business owner’s plight.
The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and burning bright in Dwayne Robinson, and he wants to light that same fire inside others through The Interface Financial Group (IFG) franchise he recently opened in Clarksville, Md.
Leaving behind a 30-year career on Wall Street, Steve Curry traded the fast pace and cutthroat atmosphere of Manhattan for a simpler existence in the Hamptons.
Behind the scenes, helping fuel the local economic growth is Phyllis Rector with her IFG franchise, a local business-to-business alternative funding source for small businesses.
Settling down in the famous wine country, Merrick started his IFG franchise with the goal of helping small businesses grow and giving them an opportunity they would not have otherwise.
Lee Landon, of Atlanta, is one of them. To keep the good times rolling, Landon began his retirement in 2013 by opening a franchise with The Interface Financial Group (IFG), the leading alternative funding source for small businesses.
In February 2013, Osborn chose to relocate to Charleston and open a franchise with The Interface Financial Group (IFG).
The Interface Financial Group has been named one of the Top Franchises for Veterans by the World Franchising Network.
The Interface Financial Group Helps Returning Veterans Launch New Mission: Owning Their Own Business
The Interface Financial Group is offering special terms and conditions in franchise and maintenance fees to veterans with an honorable discharge from the United State or Canadian armed forces looking to open an Interface franchise.
The Interface Financial Group (IFG) credits the ability to help its franchisees and their clients grow during the recession with its continued strong showing in two prestigious franchise publications.
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