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Business Priorities for Growth; Businesses in Financial Distress; and Late Payment to Hinder Growth

Posted on: May 2nd, 2021 by blsuser1 No Comments Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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Opening our latest Business Finance Bulletin, as businesses get back on the path growth, what are their top priorities and actions? We look at the findings from the recent Hitachi Capital Business Finance Business Barometer report.

It’s not all good news for businesses though. We review the most recent Red Flag Alert report from Begbies Traynor which reveals a jump in the businesses which class themselves as in ‘significant financial distress. What actions can you take to keep on the right side of the track?

To wrap up this edition, a report from Dun and Bradstreet highlights that a continuation in late practices could hinder the hoped-for business recovery and growth during the remainder of this year.

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Business Finance Bulletin · Business Priorities for Growth; Businesses in Financial Distress; and Late Payment to Hinder Growth

Business Finance Bulletin Epsd 36: Alternative Finance, SME Confidence, Banking Competition & Hidden Cashflow

Posted on: July 25th, 2014 by blsuser1 No Comments Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
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In this week’s episode of the Business Finance Bulletin I look at the news that Paypal is launching its Working Capital programme in the UK to provide its clients with access to business loans. So if you’re a PayPal merchant this is for you!

The alternative finance continues to grow with news from AlternativeBusinessFunding that it has brought new alternative lender partners on board.

I also look at a survey from Beggies Traynor on small business investment plans and news from the Competition and Markets Authority about its plans to undertake a full review of the UK SME banking market.

The Business Finance Tip of the Week is taken from a live seminar I delivered for the ACCA on access to finance. In this clip I look at one source of finance which tends to remain hidden in the business… stock.

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