Every day we receive calls from our policyholders asking for help in distressed business situations. For many people who run lifestyle businesses the cash flow is intrinsically linked to the weekly shopping budget and the need to keep the flow of paid invoices is essential.
Dr. Liam Fox, Secretary of State for International Trade, has announced steps to unlock finance for UK SMEs when exporting to emerging markets.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has recently announced a support programme designed to help small businesses across a range of disciplines
When it comes to financing to start a small business, it’s important that you know what’s available to you so that you can realise your idea without leaving yourself personally vulnerable.
Anybody can arm themselves with the knowledge of the different ways of securing funding, but to actually go out and obtain finance you need to be savvy.
When it comes to financing a business, you can either go down the route of choosing an unsecured loan or a secured loan.
If you’ve come to the conclusion that you require additional investment in order to catapult your company forward, you’ll be wondering what the best financing option for your business is.
When you decide to push ‘go’ on bringing your business idea to life, finding the finance to turn your product/service into a fully-fledged business is likely to cause you the biggest headache.
Download our guide 'How to Protect Yourself and Grow Your Business' which outlines how businesses like yours can grow without putting your personal assets on the line.