using your loan

It's not just funding.
It's a way forward.

Small business loans through Kabbage Funding™ are designed to support your business on your terms.

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Make your business better

We believe cash flow cycles shouldn’t keep you from reaching your potential. Kabbage customers invest their funds to make changes that drive real returns.

Purchase Inventory

Loans for inventory support small business funding needs during peak seasons so you can continue to focus on growing your business.

Invest in Equipment

Loans for equipment help your small business purchase or upgrade your equipment so you can operate efficiently.

Smooth Cash Flow

Although many small businesses may experience ups and downs in cash flow, small business loans can cover your financing needs.

Cover Payroll

Loans for payroll ensure that your permanent and temporary employees will be paid no matter if you’re in a slow or exceptionally busy season.

Grow your business faster

With access to up to $150,000 when you need it, you can turn your growth plans into a reality.

Expand Your Products or Services

When you have the chance to expand your offerings, small business funds can help relieve the stress associated with new costs.

Launch a Marketing or Ad Campaign

A small business loan can allow you to promote your business without worrying about marketing costs.

Hire More Staff

When you are experiencing growth, a small business loan can provide the working capital you need to take advantage of your growing customer base.

Jump on Timely Opportunities

If a new business opportunity presents itself, having small business funding on-hand will help you take advantage of exciting events.

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case study


Cristina Garza / Denver, CO
Denver, CO

"When I started my business, the first thing I did was hire an employee, and I had to fund this all on my own," Cristina said. "It became stressful to find the right people, train them and feel pressured to immediately cover their payroll, plus see returns on that investment."