Small businesses can't survive without funding for their operations. They need funding in the short-term for working capital needs, seasonal needs, cyclical needs, and cash flow ebbs and flows. This is where short-term business loans come in to play.
Short-term bank loans have been difficult to obtain during the Great Recession. Banks tightened up credit and credit requirements. As the recovery progresses, credit requirements are gradually loosening. As consumers become more willing to buy, small businesses need to obtain short-term loans to ramp up their inventory. The best option for small businesses is not large banks. Check out your small community banks and credit unions instead. You may find them much more willing to work with your business.
Here is an article on short-term loans that may help you. Check it out!