Five tips to deal with late payments
Myself and a few industry colleagues were reflecting recently on how the invoice finance sector continues to hold its place in funding businesses worldwide. Despite the ups and the downs over the decades (as with all forms of
I’ve had many conversations recently and the common thread is that It’s difficult to gauge how the rest of 2023 will pan out with so many factors that could facilitate growth and others that might continue to derail recovery.
Cashflow is the lifeblood of business. Without it a business can find itself in a challenging situation where it can’t meet day to day operating expenses.
As we watch the season change to Spring, the green shoots of growth are apparent. The business sector is no different. Spring is an important time in the trading calendar and for businesses ensuring they have done the
When it comes to invoice finance, finding the right funding partner is key.
The Autumn Statement – Jeremy Hunt’s first as Chancellor – in November was a dull affair as it was designed to steady the markets following the damage done by his predecessor - full of tax allowance and band freezes to raise fu
Are you dealing with the five most common cashflow challenges? Invoice Finance can help minimise the impact.
The current economic climate is creating a high degree of market uncertainty and in times like these, the long-standing phrase ‘cash is king’ cannot be overstated.
2023 promises an uncertain and challenging landscape for UK businesses.
With inflation soaring, both businesses and consumers are dealing with rising prices and reduced spending power. This will translate into a lack of business investment and a drop in retail spending which only serves to