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Next Up: Alternative Funders – Interview with Rachel Hersh, Prestige Capital
Alternative financing is increasingly playing a key role in filling the estimated $87B gap in unmet small business capital needs that we see, and are even more important in today’s uncertain environment.

Join us for an interview with Rachel Hersh, Sales Director, North America for Prestige Capital, an accounts receivable finance company. In this conversation, you’ll hear what makes accounts receivable financing unique, learn more about the role of alternative financers, and understand how they’re responding to the changing needs of small businesses during this unprecedented time.

Jul 7, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sam Berg
Managing Partner @Next Street
Samantha (Sam) Berg is a Managing Partner at Next Street, a mission-drive consulting firm revolutionizing how capital, customers, and services are provided to small businesses. Prior to joining Next Street, Sam founded FITMARK, a consulting business focused on go-to-market strategies primarily for tech start-ups in the fintech and data space. Sam has over two decades experience in financial services, working with both large and mid-sized banks. At Amalgamated Bank, she was Head of Community Banking and the Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to Amalgamated, Sam was the Chief of Staff for the Commercial Bank and an SVP for Small Business Bank Marketing at Capital One Bank. Sam has also held various senior level positions, managing deposit products at Citi and managing bank small business partnerships at American Express OPEN. She spent over a decade at Chase, working in various roles across Small Business Banking, Consumer Financial Services and Information Technology and Operations.
Rachel Hersh
Sales Director, North America @Prestige Capital
Rachel Hersh is the Sales Director, North America for Prestige Capital, an accounts receivable finance company. With over 20 years of experience as a finance executive, Rachel has a successful track record of working with a range of companies, from start-ups to high-growth companies to turnarounds, to increase their working capital. Her success has been due in part to her curated referral network and ability to help clients understand how to best leverage their assets to gain liquidity for their business. Rachel is an active member of the Commercial Finance Association, the International Factoring Association and the Turnaround Management Association. She has been recognized as a top woman in business by both the Commercial Finance Association and Long Island Power Women in Business. She taught at the Daymond John Academy and is a regular speaker on the Commercial Finance circuit. Rachel holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brooklyn College.