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30 01, 2020

A Guide to Alternative Lending Options

By |2020-01-30T09:42:35+02:00Jan 30th, 2020|Business tips and advice|0 Comments

Looking for funding? When banks let you down, consider an alternative loan.

Traditional bank loans tend to have lower interest rates and longer terms than alternative financing methods, but banks also have stricter requirements for approval.

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23 05, 2019

Cash Flow Problems and Solutions

By |2020-03-19T12:20:32+02:00May 23rd, 2019|Business tips and advice|0 Comments

Most businesses encounter a cash flow problem at one time or another. Fortunately, most cash flow problems can be prevented with a bit of preparation and the right strategy.

This article lists the 3 most common cash flow problems, along with ways to solve them. […]

22 03, 2019

How to Identify Cash Flow Problems

By |2020-03-19T12:19:22+02:00Mar 22nd, 2019|Business tips and advice|0 Comments

Though they’re by no means uncommon, cash flow problems can cripple businesses of all sizes, and smaller ones are perhaps more vulnerable. Without access to capital, companies are unable to quickly adapt to today’s ever-changing business world. As such, they’re unable to grow.

The good news is that cash flow problems aren’t entirely out of your […]

4 02, 2019

Cash Flow Problems – 5 Main Causes

By |2020-03-19T12:18:15+02:00Feb 4th, 2019|Business tips and advice|0 Comments

If you would like immediate help with your cashflow problems, get in touch and fill in our enquiry form here.

Anywhere in the world, whether you are in South Africa, Australia, UK, US, or elsewhere, the causes of cash flow problems are the same! […]

5 12, 2018

Growing Your business with the constraint of Cash Flow

By |2020-03-19T12:17:02+02:00Dec 5th, 2018|Business tips and advice|0 Comments

As the saying goes, Cash is king. This is a reality when your business develops from a small to a medium size business where you have to absorb 30-day terms to your clients without obtaining credit from your suppliers. This is when most businesses look for funding to assist in this growing phase.