Financial Services for your Business

Our financing offer gives you quick access to capital you can use to run your business. Our simple application process takes only a few minutes, and your funds are available for use in as little as 24 hours. Choose a repayment option that works for you and start exploring new opportunities that will keep you on track for success.

why Purchase Order Financing Loan?

Businesses can increase their purchasing power, improve unit economics, and focus on growth with EPCF’s Purchase Order Financing. EPCF helps businesses complete PO’s by providing financing so that they can better focus on scaling to meet demand.

Purchase Order Financing Loan Features

Invoice and Receivable Financing FAQ

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.

Receivables are defined as amounts owed to a business – essentially outstanding invoices – and are considered to be assets. In a receivables financing agreement, a business borrows against the amount of its outstanding invoices for cash. Our Invoice and Receivable Financing provide small and medium businesses like yours easy access to the working capital you need to secure or increase your inventory, fix or buy new equipment, launch effective marketing campaigns, carry out renovations, or expand to additional locations.