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Suresh Nayak explains why he would recommend Biz2Credit to other small business owners

Silicon Alley Group, an Iselin, NJ-based technology company, moves into 2012 with aggressive goals for their company's growth. As they seek to expand further into the government sector, company vice president Suresh Nayak hopes to:

  • double its client base
  • increase gross revenue by $1.5 to 2 million dollars
  • create 20 to 22 new jobs -- or more -- as contracts necessitate

As Mr. Nayak explains, achieving these goals and expanding the scope of the company costs money, "getting the funding, having the breathing room to expand, that is the biggest challenge we face every day."

Founded in 2003, Silicon Alley Group has made slow and steady progress providing staffing, project management and programming consulting services to its commercial and government sector clients. Their quick response time, quality personnel and ability to deliver projects on time and within budget have allowed them to thrive in a tough economy.

Mr. Nayak explains, however, that since the 2008 meltdown of the economy the resulting credit crunch has made expansion increasingly difficult and finding funding a nightmare. "The big banks got everything but there is nothing for the small businesses. We run from bank to bank but they're not willing to lend."

Silicon Alley Group turned to Biz2Credit for assistance in finding the financing it needed to meet its aggressive expansion goals. Mr. Nayak, said, "Biz2Credit's competence, due diligence, and strong relationship with lender CitiBank resulted in a business expansion loan of $400,000."

"With this money, Silicon Alley Group can continue to compete and expand in this environment of cutting edge technology," Mr. Nayak added. "That's why I came to this country, this is the land of opportunity."

Mr. Nayak, said, "Biz2Credit's competence, due diligence, and strong relationship with lender CitiBank resulted in a business expansion loan of $400,000."