All posts by: Third Bay Capital

Tips to Save Entrepreneurs Time

Being your own boss comes with a lot of advantages. You don’t answer to anyone, giving you a lot of freedom. On the other hand, there’s no one to manage your time. Entrepreneurs often have to do it all. You... Read More

The Difference Between Invoice Factoring and Purchase Order Financing

Sometimes it can be tricky to distinguish between invoice factoring and purchase order financing since both have the same goal. They are made to assist businesses that have sales that exceed the revenues that are coming in. However, each of... Read More

3 Tips to Improve Your Performance

Whether you’re an executive in the C-suite, a seasoned professional, or an entry-level employee at your first company, it’s natural to wonder about how you can improve your performance. These three strategies can help. Get Enough Sleep Performing well is... Read More

How to Start a Trucking Business

There probably couldn’t be a better time for you to start up your own trucking business than the present. In addition to the rising demand for freight, there’s also an ongoing driver shortage, with steadily increasing rates for shipping freight.... Read More

SBA Programs for Veterans Starting Businesses

Are you familiar with the service-disabled veteran-owned small business program? It’s a program that aims to provide at least 3% of all federal contracting dollars every year to service-disabled veterans who have small businesses. This is meant to drop the... Read More

New Funding Sources for Oil and Gas Businesses

The oil and gas industry is currently in the midst of a transformation while aligning itself with a future where fewer fossil fuels are used. Many are realizing that becoming sustainable requires having portfolios that contain more than just traditional... Read More

Resources for Female Entrepreneurs

Women make up almost half of all labor, but there are few fewer female entrepreneurs out there than their male counterparts. In 2016, women-owned only 38% of the businesses in the United States. If you’re interested in entrepreneurship as a... Read More

The Basics of SBA Disaster Loans

The Small Business Administration (SBA) provides various loans for small businesses that have experienced an emergency. While each has different characteristics, all of them are in place to help a business when economic or physical damage occurs after a disaster.... Read More

Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?

The nature vs. nurture debate has been going on for generations, but it’s typically around children. This time, let’s take a look at how it concerns entrepreneurs. Are entrepreneurs born or made? Research Shows Entrepreneurship Is Genetic A study of... Read More

How to Get Through the Equipment Financing Process

Equipment financing is a viable way for companies to get the items they need to begin, maintain, and expand operations. If you’re considering pursuing it, check out the following tips, which can help you consider whether to go after equipment... Read More