Online lender Balboa Capital hired 125 new employees during the first six months of 2019 to accommodate the company’s rapid increase in new business and acquisition of several new strategic partners.
“It’s all about growth for our company,” said Jessica Parker, senior corporate recruiter at Balboa Capital. “During the first half of 2019, there has been an increased demand among small business owners for the fast, easy financing products we provide, and we have taken the steps necessary to deliver on their expectations. We’ve added 125 new employees to our sales and operations divisions during the first six months of the year, and these talented individuals have the knowledge, experience and professionalism that our valued customers truly appreciate.”
Balboa Capital is anticipating robust growth during the final months of the year, and Parker said the company will maintain its forward-thinking recruitment strategy with an additional emphasis on sales management.
“We are the choice of countless small businesses, middle market companies, franchises, and equipment vendors nationwide that need growth capital in a timely manner,” she added. “We will expand each of our sales divisions, and hire more remote sales managers, so we can continue providing unparalleled service to both new and existing customers throughout the country.”
Balboa Capital is a technology-driven financing company that provides small business owners with fast, hassle-free solutions to fuel their growth and success. The company specializes in small business loans, equipment financing, commercial financing, equipment vendor financing and franchise financing.
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