Job Creation

I generally don’t promote our company on this blog, but every once in a while it makes sense.

I started with this company in 1990.  We were a general equipment lease and finance firm.  For 9 years I worked for the company learning my craft and then purchased it when the founder passed away.  As I begin my 23rd year in providing business solutions, it’s caused me to think about what we accomplished.

Over time we began to specialize in providing equipment solutions to mostly small businesses with an emphasis on start ups, especially in the fitness industry.  During the last two decades we provided funding for over a thousand new businesses and close

Many hands make light work

to 100 million dollars in equipment.  Those 1,000 new businesses hired employees, some just a few, some many.  But, I’d have to say that the companies that we helped have added as many as 10,000 jobs to the economy.  Those workers took their hard earned pay and bought stuff, including food, cars, insurance, house payments and on and on.  The companies that the employees bought stuff from hired people in order to supply those goods and services.

I’m proud of our legacy of helping to grow the economy.  I wonder what we can do in the next two decades?

About Joe Schmitz

Joe Schmitz has been involved in equipment leasing and finance for over two decades. Joe has a special area of expertise in the fitness industry, having placed funding in excess of 100 million dollars for small to medium sized health clubs, Joe has also funded general equipment projects throughout the United States. Currently one of approximately 200 Certified Lease Professionals (CLP) in the United States.
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