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U. S. Commerce Department’s Regional Awards Announcement, 2011

“The Regional Awards are designated to celebrate the top minority firms achieving outstanding success in the construction, manufacturing, retail, energy, global technology and supplier distribution industries. Other categories of recognition include an advocate award, media award, distinguished supplier award, and an access to capital award. “Minority businesses are a phenomenal asset to the U.S. economy in a variety of sectors, from manufacturing to hospitality services and everything in between”. said MBDA national Director -in 2011- David Hinson. “These firms created good paying jobs and boost economic growth in America\’s communities. The businesses recognized through the MED Week awards program represent just a few of our nation\’s brightest and most innovative minority enterprise. Regional award winners have achieved excellence in their industries, specifically due to their continous innovation, strategic partnerships, and substantial growth in jobs and revenues regionally, nationally and even globally”* * as published in MBDA public Affairs letter

Liquid Capital Southwest Wins Regional Access to Capital Award

As the owner of Liquid Capital of South Texas and a principal of Liquid Capital of America, Ron Edinger helps businesses in Texas and nearby states with their financing needs.  For the second year in a row, Edinger is the recipient of the Regional MBDA Business Center’s Access to Capital Award. With over 42 years of experience, Edinger has an extensive background in business.  He’s consulted and developed financial strategies for numerous clients, to include many Fortune 500 firms; he’s held top management positions in technology companies and served as CFO for a number of companies. Collectively, the teams that Edinger led while serving as CFO for various companies raised over $600 million in capital. Edinger has pointed out that throughout his career, his focus has been to help businesses to become more effective.  His current position allows him the perfect platform to do just that. Liquid Capital has approximately 27 offices throughout North America.  Though each office is run independently, they are collectively part of larger organization.  This structure allows the offices the ability to provide financings throughout the world, ranging from $20,000 to $25 million.




2013:  Highest U.S. Factoring Volume
(Liquid Capital award)

2012: Highest U.S. Factoring Volume
(Liquid Capital award)

2011: Highest U.S. Factoring Volume
(Liquid Capital award)

2011:  Regional [11-state area] Access to Capital award
(U.S. Commerce Department’s Minority Business Development Agency)

2010: Regional [11-state area] Access to Capital award
(U.S. Commerce Department’s Minority Business Development Agency)

2010:  Largest Increase in Factoring Volume
(Liquid Capital award)

2008:  Minority Banking and Finance Advocate of the Year
(Minority Business Development Agency)

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    2008 Minority Banking and Finance Award