About Us

Our History

Veillon Business Consulting, LLC helps business owners develop affordable strategies for growth, re-structure, and capitalization. VBC leverages Randy Veillon’s 30+ years in banking, finance, and state economic development as well as his close contacts with commercial loan lenders, SBA, and USDA to help local businesses like yours plan for capital and position them for success in the capital raising process.

Our growth has largely stemmed from the referrals of our exceptional clients and the many professional’s active in a wide cross section of the South East and West. The growth and development of our own professional staff has evolved in a similar manner. We have attracted high-quality, committed professionals and invested in their development and growth. As a result, we have experienced growth over the past several years. This has been in no small way directly related to the continued patronage of a variety of stakeholders such as clients, professional organizations, partners and banker’s/lenders like yourself.

We believe that becoming a larger organization will allow us to provide a wider array of services and more depth to fully engage in opportunities that will benefit our clients, the communities we serve. VBC is a perfect fit to accomplish this.  We share the same values and vision for the future as our clients do, and we mutually benefit from each other’s experience and expertise.

What We Do

Veillon Business Consulting, LLC is extremely cost-effective and can save you valuable time and aggravation preparing the business for capital raising and finding the right provider to close the deal. With one call, you can have access to VBC’s extensive network of enormous commercial loan lenders, bankers, and alternative lenders.

If you are a start-up and/or expanding business that cannot get financing, then we can help your business. We can do just about any loan, from medical professionals, manufacturing, oil and gas companies, hotels, truck stops, farms, and servicing companies. If you qualify, we will get your business loan approved.

Contact us to set your big plans in motion today.

Our Skillsets

VBC provides expertise in organizing the financing needs of small businesses. We work closely with you to understand your needs and customize your credit solutions. From business start-up or expansion, to real estate, new equipment, working capital, or debt restructure, we have the financial solutions.

You and your lender are partners in your business’s success. We have many resources from local community banks. We specialize in traditional business lending as well as government sponsored programs. It’s our commitment to partner you with the lender who will best understand your business and meet your needs.

Our advisors have over 30 years experience in private and public business lending. We negotiate the loan structure on your behalf to ensure affordable financing for your business. We assist throughout the entire loan process.

It is very important for a business owner to know what type of loan is best-suited to meet his or her business’ specific needs. Whatever resources a business has, the stage it may be in, or needs it may have, VBC will find a loan and a lender that can help them. VBC can help your business with enormous commercial loans, or loans guaranteed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Small Business Administration (SBA). VBC can also help your business find financing for Accounts Receivable Working Capital, Equipment Finance, Business Refinancing, and Commercial Real Estate Mortgages.

We try to obtain the best financing transaction available for our client. Whether you are a business in need of capital or a lending institution trying to find a way to approve a loan request, our many years of experience with commerial loan lenders and government loan programs can expedite the process of bringing both together to achieve their financial goals. In addition, we can also help lenders maximize the profit potential of government guaranteed loans with connections to secondary market investors.