Featuring Matt Stavish of Republic Capital Access
GAITHERSBURG, MD – The McKelvey Group, Inc. (TMG) releases its fourth episode of the TMG Expert Series Podcast, featuring an interview with Matt Stavish, Vice President of Republic Capital Access, and Chair of the Louden County GovCon Initiative at the Louden County Chamber of Commerce. Stavish, a well-respected finance executive, secures financing solutions specifically for government contractors, from start-up working capital to structured finance for well-capitalized companies. For many companies new to the GovCon space, experiencing exponential growth becomes a reality, and finding the cash to support this growth can be quite scary. But it can be done with proper planning and knowing your options. This serves as the featured topic in Episode 4 of TMG’s podcast, lead by Matt McKelvey, President of TMG. Some questions answered include:
- How to Cover Payroll During Tight Cash Crunches
- Asset Based Lending vs. True Factoring
- Why You Need Specialized Financers if you are a Government Contractor
- Is it Necessary to Obtain a Line of Credit as a Government Contractor?
- How Much Importance Should You Place on Interest Rates?
- When Should a Government Contractor Start Looking for Financing?
- Buyer Beware: How to Identify Phony Lenders
Click HERE now to listen to TMG’s Podcast Episode 4 with Matt Stavish of Republic Capital Access.
The McKelvey Group’s TMG Expert Series Podcast was created to share insights from experts in the Government Pricing industry. Stay tuned for TMG’s next episode release.
About The McKelvey Group:
Headquartered in Gaithersburg, MD, The McKelvey Group, Inc. (TMG) has been providing services to companies in the Government and Commercial markets for 15 years. TMG’s proven services in Finance & Accounting, Government Pricing Proposals, Business Valuations, and Customized Training have earned TMG its reputation as DC’s premier financial consulting firm for high-growth companies. With consultants holding more than 100 combined years of Federal contracting experience, the direct involvement in more than $20 billion in proposals and contract awards, and extensive knowledge of the FAR, DFAR, CAS requirements and DCAA, TMG has provided successful results for its clients since 2001.