David Goldin

David Goldin is the President & CEO of AmeriMerchant, a leading provider of working capital solutions for businesses including merchant cash advances and business loans.  Founded in 2002, AmeriMerchant has over 120 employees and is headquartered in New York City. David's previous experience includes co-founding an Internet development company and building it from four to fifty people that was eventually sold to a multi-billion dollar publicly traded telecommunications company.  David is also a founding member and President of the North American Merchant Advance Association (NAMAA), a 501c trade association for the merchant cash advance industry.


Starting a Brewery? Here Are 4 Things to Know

Naturally, you want your up-and-coming brewery to get in on the action. But how? Like any small business, starting a brewery takes a significant amount of time and planning before you actually get to see your ideas come to fruition.

What If My Restaurant Has Bad Yelp Reviews?

Like any small business, restaurants are not immune to a bad Yelp review here and there. In fact, when it comes to Yelp, restaurants are the most prone to either side of the spectrum.

How Technology is Affecting Small Business Lending

Small business lending is a chameleon. Constantly changing, the small business lending landscape has gone through a lot of twists and turns since the dawn of the Recession, doing more 180s than Shaun White on a snowboard.

How Instagram Can Benefit Your Coffee Shop

Instagram is perhaps the most under-utilized social media platform, especially when it comes to restaurants, cafés and coffee shops. While Facebook and Twitter remain king for social media marketing, Instagram should not be taking a backseat. In fact, it should probably be sitting up front.

How to Handle Customer Complaints at Your Restaurant

While you can’t completely stop complaints from happening, you can do your best to handle them appropriately and professionally. Easier said than done, yes, but few tweaks here and there and you’ll be customer-complaint-handler in no time!

How to Buy Out a Partner

When a small business starts out, multiple individuals will sometimes partner together or the original founder will bring in a third party to help establish the brand while it’s in its infancy.

With Dental Revenues Soaring, Private Practices Must Play Catch Up

With industry revenues expected to soar in the coming decade, your practice should be positioning itself to take advantage of the opportunities expected to come your way.

How Small Business Financing Can Help Your Food Truck

The food truck explosion in the U.S. is one of the most fascinating business stories in recent memory. Over the years, Americans have been accustomed to fast food and fast casual dining, and while these obviously continue to dominate the restaurant industry, food trucks are beginning to creep into our everyday lives.

How Can Small Business Lending Help Your Body Shop?

Is your auto repair shop having trouble with finding a small business lending provider? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Once you receive financing from an alternative lender, you’ll find that it will open a range of possibilities for your business.

Half a Dozen Tips for New Bakery Owners

Running a bakery is not easy, and running a successful one is a whole other story. With long hours and hard work being the norm, it’s difficult for even the best bakers to run a profitable business.