• FundingVoice March 2020 - How To Get Emergency Funding

    The March 2020 edition of FundingVoice magazine is now available.The March 2020 edition of FundingVoice magazine was sent out to our subscribers, and we saw a c. 31% increase in the amount of people reading our articles when we sent our publication out.

    FundingVoice March 2020

    This month much of our content is about getting business funding support in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and the lockdown in the UK.

    You can read our March edition here: FundingVoice March 2020 - now in PDF format (all back issues are going to be updated to this format over the next few months.

    This Month's Articles

    This edition also includes a selection articles that we have published over the course of the last month or so. These include:

    • Emergency funding to cope with the cash flow impacts of the virus outbreak - what the Government are offering and alternative sources if you don't qualify - or don't want to take out a loan.

    • Funding for large orders as a result of the preparations for the outbreak. This includes medical supplies, personal protective equipment and other related products and services.

    • How to access business finance even during a full UK wide lockdown. Details of how the invoice finance sector plans to remain active, for new and existing clients, in the event of a full UK wide lockdown.

    • Funding sources if you have to find new suppliers as a result of the virus.

    • How we have funded a large acquisition for a client, enabling them to grow their revenue substantially.

    • A report on the rise in insolvencies amongst construction firms, and the steps you could take to protect your company from taking bad debts should other customers fail.


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