SBA 7(a) Loans up to $500k Now Available

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Meet Sade Jennings – MFABI Fulfillment

Sade Jennings, owner of MFABI Fulfillment.
"What I loved about NEWITY was that they knew the rules and what the SBA needed.”
Sade Jennings
Owner of MFABI Fulfillment

Meet Sade Jenning, owner of MFABI Fulfillment in Brooklyn, New York. MFABI is more than just your ordinary warehousing and order fulfillment center; it’s a partner in innovation. They work with their clients to develop products, optimize operations, and design packaging that delights customers while reducing waste, space, and dispatch time. With MFABI playing such a crucial role for their clients, it’s essential that everything runs smoothly and efficiently. 

Over the past three years, Sade’s business has flourished, allowing her to expand her team from just one person to thirteen. While small business owners strive to be proactive, they can’t foresee every challenge. When one of Sade’s clients went out of business, they needed additional funding to navigate this rough patch.

Sade began her financing journey on her own, facing numerous challenges along the way. She encountered difficulties with other lenders and internal accounting issues that resulted in IRS tax problems, taking 19 months to resolve.

Recognizing the need for external assistance, Sade turned to NEWITY. We guided her through the entire SBA 7(a) loan process. Sade felt supported, stating that with NEWITY, “no question was a silly question.”

We are a valuable resource for small businesses, and Sade fully utilized our offerings. She accessed insightful information on our website, explored our business partners, and used our straightforward and fast NEWITY application. As a result, Sade received the SBA 7(a) loan she needed to get her business back on track. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to help MFABI achieve their financial goals.

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To qualify for an SBA 7(a) small business loan, your business must be:

  1. U.S.-based and operated
  2. Owner supported / owner funded
  3. Eligible per the SBA’s requirements

Your loan amount will determined by the business’ average annual revenue, FICO score, and years in business