He served his country for 20 years. His next battle? Being a father, and an entrepreneur.
Ruben left the United States Army and came home to be a more present father - and eventually an entrepreneur, founding an independent tire company. It was an adjustment.
A staffing company expands – and finds a new angle
A family staffing company builds on success - and diversifies to use a key asset in a surprising new way.
Constructing peace of mind
Luis grew his construction company to a large-scale undertaking, but needed better financing for his peace of mind.
Trust: the best marketing strategy
Zach founded a diesel repair company that would focus on one goal: Better customer service, in an industry lacking it.
Building for the future on family, faith, and good people
“Our team is family, not just a bunch of employees. Most of them have been with us for a long time. I believe that our value proposition is our Christian core values; we try to take care of people as if they were our own.” - J.R., Texas entrepreneur.
From Boom to Bust and Back in Texas Oil Country
He had turned his job into a flourishing business, and ridden out the oil boom. Now what?
A Juice A Day, For Everyone: The Story of Drink Daily Greens
The story of a young lawyer who survived cancer, brought herself back to full strength with daily juicing, and set out to make sure everyone else could buy a fresh green juice from their local supermarket.
They Saw the Future of Media, and Found a Way to Build It
Gabriel Spitz and Adrian Sicilia knew things were changing, and their company could help. To do that, they needed financing - but they also needed to stay in control.
Trucker Chases His Dream in El Paso
“Javier's desire to offer the best he can for his family, and his hunger to succeed, makes the sky the limit."
To Compete, They Needed Factoring- To Grow, They Needed Far West Capital
Miguel and Francisco needed funding to access the best talent for their cloud computing consultancy. With our team's help, they leveled their cashflow and could focus on growth.