LeaseQ Company, Noesis, Shares Financing Advice for Building Owners

Automated Buildings editor, Ken Sinclair, published a Q&A with Matt Worth in July discussing equipment financing options for building controls. Matt is the VP & GM at Noesis, a LeaseQ company, where he works with sales leadership at equipment vendors that are adopting financing programs for the first time and assists in incorporating new solutions…

LeaseQ Employee Spotlight: Henry Neels

Name: Henry Neels Title: Software Engineer Office nickname (if applicable): H-Bomb Where are you from, originally? Melrose, MA How did you find LeaseQ? After doing some contract development work, I came across the opportunity at LeaseQ through a former colleague. I was eager to join as an intern upon hearing about LQ’s marketplace concept, and went full-time shortly thereafter….

#BehindYourBusiness: What goes into a sour beer?

This month on #BehindYourBusiness, we focus on an enormously popular craft beverage – the sour beer. Sour brews have gained rapid popularity in recent years due to their impactful complexity, unique taste and edgy flavor combinations. Our borrower, Prestige Brewing, is taking advantage of the sour beer craze with its delicious and award-winning lemon-basil sour…

Top Books on Small Business Owners’ Reading Lists

AP reporter, Joyce Rosenberg, recently asked small business owners the question: What books have you read that have been most helpful in running your company? LeaseQ CEO and founder, Vernon Tirey, responded with Andy Weir’s The Martian. Vernon recommends Weir’s novel to small business owners because: “It makes you think about who you’ve got in…

LeaseQ Employee Spotlight: Gary Finnegan

Name: Gary Finnegan Title: Associate Director Business Development, Transportation Where are you from, originally? Scituate, MA How did you find LeaseQ? I found LeaseQ while searching for careers in the fintech industry. What do you like most about working at LeaseQ? I like sitting in the best seat in the office Get an Instant Quote…

#BehindYourBusiness: What goes into a Father’s Day card?

With Father’s Day this weekend, we wanted to focus this month’s installment of #BehindYourBusiness on greeting cards. A multitude of steps are involved in bringing Father’s Day cards to store shelves, but the purposes of this post we will be discussing printing equipment. Without printing equipment, card companies could not make a tangible product out…

Staying competitive requires state-of-the-art equipment, but should you buy or lease?

Our CEO, Vernon Tirey, provided his equipment financing expertise to plastics packaging industry resource, Plastics Today, in an article published last week. Vernon spoke with contributor, Clare Goldsberry, about alternative financing methods and why equipment financing is an efficient, cost-effective method for businesses across industries to secure the equipment they need to operate. An excerpt…

LeaseQ Employee Spotlight: Anthony Shreve

Name: Anthony Shreve Title: Finance Associate Where are you from, originally? Belmont, MA How did you find LeaseQ? A friend of mine I’ve known since childhood works at LeaseQ and called me up one day asking if I would consider working in this industry. What do you like most about working at LeaseQ? Although the…

LeaseQ to Double in Size Following Series A Funding

Equipment financing marketplace to add staff, new verticals and same day financing in 2017 BURLINGTON, Mass. (May 18, 2017) – LeaseQ, an online marketplace and finance platform connecting business owners, equipment sellers, and lenders to make selling and financing equipment fast and easy, today announced plans to double the size of the company in 2017…

#BehindYourBusiness: What goes into an apartment complex?

This month’s installment of #BehindYourBusiness takes on apartment complexes and the necessary equipment to keep residents cool and happy in the hot summer months. A significant amount of equipment goes into an apartment complex, but we’ll start with the HVAC system. Energy-efficient HVAC equipment helps retain current residents and attract new ones, while saving energy…