The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) released three new resources — a video, a digital toolkit and an infographic — to help businesses take advantage of the benefits of equipment finance.
“There’s a reason seven out of 10 companies lease or finance their equipment — it makes good business sense,” said ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton. “We are pleased to present a new video, toolkit and infographic to answer questions companies may have about acquiring equipment and to help them get started on the road to equipment finance. As all three resources point out, equipment finance is not only a smart and flexible equipment solution for businesses, it’s also an engine for U.S. economic growth, fostering innovation, supporting manufacturing and creating jobs.”
The multimedia resources, available on the ELFA website (www.elfaonline.com), highlight how companies of all types and sizes can use leasing and financing to their strategic advantage to acquire the equipment they need to operate and grow.
Video: How Equipment Finance Equips Business for Success — What makes America go? What makes America grow? At businesses nationwide, it’s access to equipment, and businesses are using leasing and financing to acquire the equipment that helps America thrive, according to this new two-minute video.
Digital Toolkit: Equipment Finance Advantage — How can businesses make the best possible equipment financing decisions? What does a business need to know before entering an equipment financing agreement? This easy-to-read, 12-page digital brochure answers these and many other questions about acquiring equipment.
Infographic: The Road to Equipment Finance — This new infographic offers a quick and engaging snapshot of equipment financing. It gives readers a visual explanation of how equipment finance equips businesses for success.
ELFA is encouraging users to share the video, toolkit and infographic with business contacts, friends and others, with full permission. Users are encouraged to share the tools on social media channels and via e-mail, and post them on websites and blogs. Instructions and ideas for sharing are at each site.