MyCapitalAccess, a provider of finance products and operational knowledge to small businesses nationwide, has announced that former National Football League (NFL) player Arturo Freeman has joined the company’s financier network to assist small businesses. Through the partnership, MyCapitalAccess supplies Freeman with the training, marketing and sales tools needed to work with the small business community.
As a financier Freeman will develop relationships with business owners and help them simplify the search for capital, as well as introduce them to the business knowledge resources provided by the MyCapitalAccess membership program. In this role, Freeman also assists MyCapitalAccess in expanding the financier network. Financiers increase their revenue from the sale of financial products and memberships to small businesses.
“With the current financial crisis, we are all looking for something to wrap ourselves around and chances to jump on,” said Freeman. “I am going to take off running with this opportunity by reaching out to my contacts across the country and spreading the MyCapitalAccess message. I believe that if you get, you should give back and I look forward to helping MyCapitalAccess give back to a community of people that may be struggling financially, but have the chance to change their situation through this program.”
“Having a spokesperson of Freeman’s magnitude is a great asset for MyCapitalAccess as we work with financiers and better enable them to diversify their income options,” said Tony Chao, chairman of the board for MyCapitalAccess. “With our financier network, individuals increase revenue and opportunities for growth. They are also vital to the health of small businesses during this downturn by providing them with the access to capital, knowledge resources and financial know-how to stay afloat.”
For more information, visit www.mycapitalaccess.com.