Meet Kabbage Customers Adam and Katheryne Chase, Creative Etsy Entrepreneurs

We are Adam and Katheryne Chase, owners of Trafalgar’s Square.  We sell original, hand drawn and painted artwork that I make out of our home in Riverside, CA. I personally design, draw, and hand paint each and every piece we sell.  Adam is responsible for all other aspects of the business, like our website, sales, and … Continue reading

Kabbage February CONTEST

In honor of Valentines Day, Kabbage is showing our customers some love this month!! To kick off the month of love we are having a contest to win a Canon Camera prize pack! Refer your small business friends to Kabbage and you could WIN a Canon Powershot SX500 IS Digital camera and carrying case! Contest … Continue reading

Kabbage Referral Contest Rules

HOW TO ENTER: Anyone can refer a small business to Kabbage, no account is necessary, just a valid email address. There’s no limit to the number of businesses you can refer.  For a chance to win one (1) Canon Camera Prize Pack, you must refer a small business to Kabbage by visiting: by 9:00 PM … Continue reading

Kabbage Pajama Jammie Jam

Here at Kabbage we work hard, and we try to have fun while we do it!  We also really love theme days! So, we decided to kick off the month of February in comfort with our first annual Kabbage Pajama Jammie Jam! The entire Kabbage office is dressed in our most stylish and/or comfortable PJs. … Continue reading

Kabbage Lends a Hand at Open Hand

Today, a Kabbage Kares team helped pack nutritious meals at Open Hand Atlanta, for families in the Atlanta area. Open Hand is an organization that helps prevent or better manage chronic disease through “Comprehensive Nutrition Care”.  They combine home delivered meals and nutrition education to help people make informed food choices and empower them to … Continue reading

Kabbage’s Take on the Affordable Care Act

At Kabbage, we get to talk to lots of small business owners. And, one of the issues commonly shared is concern over health care costs and insurance. From providing health insurance for employees to understanding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to health insurance coverage now and … Continue reading

Making Sense of the Fiscal Cliff

After months of debate about the looming fiscal cliff, Congress has finally struck a deal. But, what exactly does that mean for business owners? The deal does affect business owners in a variety of ways. Here are a few of the key tax implications worth considering as we move forward into 2013. The first change … Continue reading

Meet Kabbage Customer Terri Bingham, Entrepreneur Extraordinaire

My name is Terri Bingham and I am the owner of Terri’s Books.  I sell handmade jewelry and Native American artifacts like stone arrowheads, Navajo turquoise and sterling jewelry, and Acoma Pottery.  I am part Native American and I live in beautiful Los Angeles, California. Before I started selling online, I started a company as … Continue reading

Sing along to the 12 Days of Kabbage

The 12 Days of Christmas is a holiday classic that has been sung since the 1700s. Well at Kabbage, we thought it was time for a new version. A version that highlights the diversity and creativity of the wonderful businesses we work with. We hope this puts you in a festive mood during this busy, … Continue reading

Join Us Friday for a Moment of Silence

Friday, the Kabbage team will be participating in a national moment of silence in honor of the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy. Called for by Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and scheduled for tomorrow, Friday at 9:30 am EST, December 21st, we will be spending several minutes of silence to reflect upon this horrible event … Continue reading