Changing times mean that business models must change in order to survive.
We are living in strange economic times as financial institutions are faltering nations are coming precariously close to the verge of financial disaster through the risky purchase over valued assets in the form of mortgage backed securities, corporate debt instruments, and other high risk products; and small businesses have no access to capital needed for growth.
Governments have bailed out banks and financial institutions with the hope that the economy would be stimulated back to the previous levels of production, consumption, and investment in order to reduce long term unemployment to realistic levels of between 5-6% and to increase lending to small business, which is the backbone of America.
To date, all of the actions of government have not worked out as well as had been anticipated. It is therefore up to the investment banking sector to create new opportunities to develop small businesses and to stimulate the economy when all else has failed.
Calbridge Capital, LLC has become more actively involved in promoting growth and stimulating the economy when government’s actions are not able to do so on behalf of small business through the public markets. Notwithstanding the challenge, Calbridge Capital continues to provide access to much needed growth capital for small businesses..