A Q&A with Sarah, Jonathan, and Debbie McGregor, sister-brother-mother owner and operator team of Sweet Revolution Bake Shop in Lafayette, IN.[Read more…] about From a Little Girl’s Dream to the Best Bakery in Town: A Q&A with a Bankable Client
“The purpose is to help businesses thrive and help small business owners achieve their goals”
When did you first hear about and first explore partnering with Bankable?
I first knew about the Flagship Enterprise Center’s business incubator, which grew into Flagship Microloans and now Bankable. I was immediately interested in the program as I viewed it as a good alternative lending source when I had customers that weren’t quite ready for traditional financing.[Read more…] about Long Time Banker a Problem Solver for Clients through Partnership with Bankable
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We are proud to announce that Bankable has received a $25,000 grant from the Fifth Third Foundation’s Strengthening Our Communities Fund to support the growth of loan program capacity. [Read more…] about Fifth Third Foundation Awards Grant to Bankable
What are POS systems?
For many businesses, a POS (point-of-sale) system is an essential part of the operation. While POS systems can serve multiple purposes, their primary purpose is for managing payment transactions. The system is a mix of hardware as well as software: the hardware being in the form of a cash register or credit card scanner, while the software is in the form of an interface that can track sales data, manage customer information, and more. These systems have been around for years, but they have seen a tremendous amount of change as technology continues to advance. One of the trends in technology that made a massive impact on the POS industry is the shift towards cloud storage. Because of cloud-based technology, POS systems can run on a wide range of devices, even including an app on a user’s phone.
What is Twitter?
Twitter is a form of social media that is used to convey short messages and updates. These updates are called “Tweets.” Twitter found its unique edge in the social media market by introducing a 140 character limit for any Tweet. This forces the user to be concise and mindful when wording their Tweets. This character limit classifies Twitter as a “microblogging tool.”