Empire Capital of America Announces Strategic Plan to Allow Equipment Leasing Regardless of Credit History

A growing company in commercial leasing, Empire Capital of America is working with financially strapped small businesses to help provide the capital those clients’ need.

New York, NY, June 13, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Empire Capital of America is a growing company in the commercial leasing industry, by helping provide the capital that financially strapped small to medium size businesses need.

Empire Capital of America has seen several small businesses survive thanks to commercial leasing at the eleventh hour.

“We had clients who were doing extremely well before the recession and fell to near bankruptcy by the end,” Empire Capital of America said. “Because no one else would help them, despite their successful history, they came to us for that lifesaving leasing plan.”

Empire Capital of America has launched a new strategy to work with any business, despite having bad credit for the purpose of strengthening the equipment leasing side of Empire Capital of America’s business model. Recent studies show the majority of Fortune 500 companies and small businesses lease at least a portion of their equipment as to prevent too much overhead that could financially strangle a company.

“In today's economy, companies are a lot more cautious about buying equipment in cash because they would prefer to have a ‘rainy day’ fund,” Empire Capital of America said. “Companies succeed because they are financially smart and lease the most state-of-the-art equipment that will give them the edge over their competitors.”

Empire Capital of America’s unique programs help startup companies get the capital they need to reach their target market.

Empire Capital of America’s competitive campaign will likely change the future of the commercial leasing industry.
Empire Capital of America
Michael Oiring