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Since starting my first business in college I have learned that it takes tenacity, courage and just a little bit of "crazy" to start your own business. In all my prior business ventures securing the right kind of capital for what my business needed was always a challenge. In 2010 I founded One Degree Capital to help other business owners get the "right capital at the right time" for their unique business needs.
29 Jun 2018
Rod's Rambles | 3 min read

Turning Passion into Profits, Lemonade Style!

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

11 Jan 2018
Finance Strategy | 2 min read

3 Key Things Government Contractors Must Look For In Any Business Lender

The unique cash flow and capital needs of a government contractor are ...

20 Jun 2017
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

Bakefully Yours: Sweet Treats For Everyone

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

15 Jun 2017
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

A Ramble On The Rue

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

15 Nov 2016
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

Small Business, Big Impact

This week I got to thinking about Small Business Saturday and what it ...

13 Oct 2016
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

Small Business Is Big In Southern France

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

02 Mar 2016
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

How Todos Supermarket Found Success By Giving People 'Their Food'

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

24 Feb 2016
Rod's Rambles | 2 min read

A Corporate Promotion or Beer? Growling Bear Chose Beer

This post is part of a series, "Rod's Rambles," where Rod travels the ...

19 Feb 2016
Rod's Rambles | 1 min read

Trust Me, You Want to Be A Failure First.

It’s fun to see a group of small business owners form a group, grow, a...

12 Feb 2016
Rod's Rambles | 3 min read

One Wrong Letter Cost $2,000, Ruined a Friendship

As I mentioned in my last article, my keg delivery business taught me ...