small business

Commonwealth Capital Provides a Gap Financing – Factoring Line to a 92 Year Old, MN Based Contractor.

The Situation:
Rainville-Carlson, a fourth-generation company, is a leading contractor in industrial and commercial roofing, sheet metal, and custom metal fabrication throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Despite many highs and lows throughout the past 92 years, Rainville-Carlson was experiencing a strong market with abundant opportunity. The company began winning more bids than they had in previous […]

By |October 27th, 2016|Deal|

Minnesota Medical Company Keeps Cash Flowing with Factoring from Commonwealth Capital

The Situation:
This young Minnesota-based medical device company had created a superior ‘chest seal’ product used to manage penetrating wounds to the torso. These types of wounds damage the lungs and allow air to escape, which becomes trapped in the chest cavity and causes the lungs and heart to collapse. Death is imminent.

The company’s ‘thoracic seal’ […]

By |August 10th, 2016|Deal|

More Minnesota Truckers Factor with Commonwealth Capital

Commonwealth Capital, based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, is happy to announce that it has funded two additional small trucking companies in Minnesota, expanding its factoring services in Minnesota and beyond. Our factoring services for small truckers allow the trucking companies to eliminate fuel advances and quick pay fees. Both of these new companies had […]

By |July 15th, 2014|Deal, Trucking|

Architectural Products Maker Funds Growth By Factoring

Commonwealth Capital was recently introduced to a growing maker of architectural products. The Company is a Minneapolis-based subsidiary of a foreign parent company. While the parent company has been in existence for many years the domestic subsidiary was wrapping up its start-up phase. With a rapidly expanding order pipeline, the Company was in needed working […]

By |June 9th, 2014|Deal|

Dr. Seuss on Working On Your Business and Taking Action

Earlier this week I wrote about a lesson we can learn from Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss’. In that post I discussed the need for focus for every business. Now let’s review two more important aspects of business ownership: working on the business instead of just in it and taking action.
Take a […]

By |May 16th, 2014|Blog|

What Dr. Seuss Said To Encourage Small Business Owners

We typically think of Dr. Seuss’s books as fun books to read to kids. But, as I read Oh, The Places You’ll Go! to my daughter the recently I was struck by Dr. Seuss’s genius. I realized that Dr. Seuss was simultaneously writing for children and small business owners. So in honor of National Small […]

By |May 14th, 2014|Blog|

Happy National Small Business Week 2014!

We are so excited that this week is National Small Business Week 2014. The Small Business Administration has been celebrating the achievements of small businesses one week per year since 1963. We are crazy about small businesses and what they do for our economy. It’s great to take a week to celebrate to recognize our […]

By |May 12th, 2014|Blog|