Sal Trifilio

Sal Trifilio

Sal is Numerated’s Sr. Content Marketing Manager and is chiefly responsible for Numerated’s blog, social media, monthly newsletter, and public relations outreach. A traditionally-trained journalist and former local reporter, Sal has more than a decade’s experience in content production, curation, and management. Prior to joining Numerated, Sal led the content efforts for a wide variety of organizations across a number of industries including cybersecurity, healthcare technology, and recruitment marketing. As a reporter, he covered Bergen County municipalities for the Suburban News and worked the Fairfield County metro desk at The Daily Voice. Sal holds a BA in English/Journalism from Fairfield University and is the former news editor of the award-winning Fairfield Mirror.

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Recent Posts

Using Global Cash Flow to Solve the Two-Pocket Problem in Small Business Lending

by Sal Trifilio on May 03, 2022

Small business lending has always been difficult for community banks and credit unions, but there are two factors in 2022 that are exacerbating the...

Notable Quotables: Five Star Bank on Growth, Technology, and Customer Experience

by Sal Trifilio on April 15, 2022

Five Star Bank is a $5.5B financial institution headquartered in Warsaw, New York, with more than 45 branches located throughout the region. The bank...

The Best Investment Lenders Can Make for Their Small Business Customers

by Sal Trifilio on April 07, 2022

April is here and with it comes another jobs report. In March, the economy showed further signs of strengthening as employers added another 400,000...

3 Digital Lending Strategies for Business Banking in 2022

by Sal Trifilio on March 08, 2022

In February, the economy added another 678,000 jobs; just the latest signal that 2022 could be a big year for American businesses.

What Convenient Business Banking Looks Like in 2022

by Sal Trifilio on March 04, 2022

With demand for C&I loans on the rise, this year many banks and credit unions see business banking as their main channel for growth.