TEQlease was proud to have participated in California Lutheran University’s Career & Intern Expo on March 7, 2017. This event gave members of the Cal Lutheran community an opportunity to meet with a wide range of employers.
TEQlease had the opportunity to meet with college students, recent graduates, and business professionals looking to gain experience as an employee for a well-established company.
TEQlease was represented by account executives and Cal Lu alumni Erika Aguirre and Jamell Dorton. They met with several prospects and discussed the job responsibilities of an entry level as well as the many opportunities for career growth within the company.
Last week, TEQlease Education Finance attended the Texas Charter Schools Conference in Austin, Texas. The conference, which began October 3rd and concluded October 5th, consisted of hundreds of attendees from Charter Schools around the state of Texas, as well as over 80 booths in the exhibit hall.
TEQlease Education Finance had the opportunity to discuss lease financing with many schools throughout the duration of the conference. Many were looking into purchasing equipment such as iPads, Chromebooks, furniture, playground equipment and much more. TEQlease is able to get charter schools the equipment they need by helping them stretch their budget with monthly, quarterly, or annual lease payments over terms up to five years.
Would you like a free lease quote? Send us a copy of your equipment invoice from your vendor and we’ll get you lease options within a day! Continue reading “TEQlease Discusses Equipment Leasing with Charter Schools at TCSACon 2016”
Earlier this month, TEQlease Capital attended the 2016 World of Concrete Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, which began February 1st and concluded on February 5th. The conference included various keynote speakers and presentations on the concrete industry, and was headlined with the exhibitor show which had over 1400 vendors present and over 55,000 attendees.
World of Concrete is the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries showcasing leading industry suppliers featuring innovative products, construction machinery, construction equipment, safety training courses, new technologies an d unlimited networking opportunities to give you new ways to sustain and grow your business.
It was a great experience visiting the conference and having the opportunity to meet so many concrete and construction industry professionals, and TEQlease looks forward to attending in the years to come.
For close to a full century, salespeople have been trained to use some form of what’s called the “AIDA” sales model. AIDA stands for Attention, Interest, Desire, Action. For most companies who sell business-to-business (B2B) solutions, their sales funnels and sales reporting systems have been built around this or similar models. The effectiveness of these models is based upon certain assumptions about how buyers buy.
Historically, those assumptions have always been that buyers follow a distinct and linear process when it comes to making buying decisions. According to research from a leading research and advisory company (here), the current reality of how B2B buyers buy is quite different. Rather than a linear process, most buyers work through four different, parallel streams any time they make a significant buying decision. Continue reading “Selling B2B: What’s New?”
Chime Institute, a California Public Charter School established in 2001 and based in Woodland Hills, California, recently leased
school furniture, laptops and IT equipment through TEQlease Education Finance, a division of TEQlease Capital. The IT and furniture will complete Chime Institute’s expansion into a new building to open in September 2015.
TEQlease Capital, a nationwide provider of equipment lease financing solutions, provided Chime Institute with a comprehensive, customized lease financing solution. “We are delighted with the equipment lease financing commitment we have obtained from TEQlease. The process was simple and easy and the equipment is starting to deliver now.” said Dr. Erin Studer, Executive Director at Chime Institute. Continue reading “Chime Institute Charter Leases School Furniture and IT Equipment”
TEQlease Capital, a nationwide provider of equipment lease financing solutions, announced today that the company has provided equipment lease financing for Triview Glass Industries, a premier glass cutting company on the West Coast.
“The equipment financed (a glass cutting CNC) is an integral machine for providing unique and innovative services to our industry clients nationwide” said Alexander Kastaniuk, Triview Glass Industries President. “This machine will help offset labor and maintenance expenses while providing an array of revenue-generating opportunities for years to come. Despite prefunding deadlines and other hurdles, we were able to successfully move the project forward.”
“When our ability to provide competitive financing combines with support for our local businesses, it’s a win-win” said TEQlease Capital President Mike Lockwood. “We continue to lead the way in offering sensible and equipment-relevant lease finance options for our customers nationwide. Working on projects like this is something we strive for every day.”
TEQlease Capital 2014 lease origination reached new levels as we experienced a 23% increase in revenue for the full year ended December 31, 2014. As the US economy has steadily improved throughout 2014, so has the willingness of TEQlease Capital customers to commit to new capital expenditures and lease acquisitions.
TEQlease Capital also saw significant increases in the number of its total customers, with notable increases in the education, commercial and hospitality segments. In addition: Capital leases continued to constitute the majority of leases written, with 68% of total leases, and direct finance leases comprising the remainder at 33%; technology equipment was the largest segment of equipment types, with 46% of total lease origination, due principally to TEQlease Capital’s Apple funding partner program, followed by manufacturing equipment and then fitness equipment; 81% of leases were financed by bank lender and commercial finance company partners, with 19% retained by the company; delinquency remained below 1% of leases originated; and, 6 net additional employees joined the TEQlease Capital team. We look forward to an exciting 2015 as well for TEQlease Capital and all of our customers.