Pulse Cashflow Finance announce office relocation following strong growth period


Office Relocation

Pulse Cashflow Finance announce office relocation following strong growth period

Pulse Cashflow Finance, a leading provider of invoice finance solutions to SMEs across a wide range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and distribution, has announced it will move its office to new, larger quarters in Basingstoke.

According to Toni Dare, managing director of Pulse, the move was necessitated by the significant growth the company has realized in the last few years. "UK SME’s are realising the benefits that invoice finance can deliver to help maintain healthy levels of working capital. In the last 12 months, the industry has experienced a 60% increase with an impressive £711m of funding being injected into UK firms positioning invoice finance as a primary source of funding for business. Our reputation for delivering fast and flexible cash flow solutions to our clients is growing and creating more demand for our services.

Pulse have recently secured additional funding and taken on a spate of new business managers to support increased demand. As Dare continues: “The recent Brexit vote and the subsequent concern over the economy has seen businesses experiencing a tightening of credit terms and an increasing level of late payments causing pressure on cash flow. We are working hard to ensure that UK business have access to the cash they need to realise their plans”.

“Our new office will support our continued growth and expansion, and provide a better work environment for current and future staff. I think it underscores our commitment to both our clients and our employees."

Pulse’s new address is Level 2, Network House, Basing View, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 4HG. The company's main phone number will remain the same – 01256 976000 – as will all email addresses.

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Pulse Cashflow are a leading independent funder specialising in invoice finance who work with businesses experiencing a range of cashflow challenges.