Emma Schoth

Emma Schoth

Emma Schoth is a Content Marketing Manager at Numerated. Emma is a recent graduate of Illinois State University where she studied Integrated Marketing Communication and Spanish. Prior to joining the team at Numerated, she held multiple internships within the sales and marketing industries. Most notably, Emma worked as a business development intern at Covalent, an Illinois-based startup focused on connecting talented marketing students with small businesses to jumpstart their digital marketing efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also served as a marketing intern at ShapeMaster. At Numerated, Emma is responsible for leading social media content creation and promotion efforts, managing reporting for the content marketing team, and assisting in content creation for the Numerated Blog.

Recent Posts

Questions to Consider When Evaluating a New Technology Partner

by Emma Schoth on July 13, 2023

As 2023 has shown, it’s imperative that business lenders incorporate modern technology into their loan origination process, or risk losing customers...

Become the Bank of Choice for Small Business with Digital Loan Applications

by Emma Schoth on May 04, 2023

In 2023, it’s predicted that small businesses will have an increased need for credit. In fact, a recent survey of 1,200 small business owners showed...

Resources to Share with Your Small Business Customers for Small Business Week 2023

by Emma Schoth on May 01, 2023

For years, community institutions have been the preferred choice of small businesses due to the attention to detail they place on customer service....

Measuring Return on Experience in Business Banking

by Emma Schoth on April 10, 2023

Over the last three years, lenders were forced to quickly adopt technology to provide an easy online experience for borrowers. Today, many FIs are...

Why Digitally-Mature Lenders Will Win the Race to 1071 Compliance

by Emma Schoth on March 16, 2023

In 2023, a main focus for business lenders will be to address compliance with section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Act. By March 31, it is expected that...