Blog tagged as SME finance
Financial statements - what they are and why you need them. They inform you about your business performance, past and present and help you plan for your future.
As the Government loan schemes supporting businesses during Covid-19 gradually come to an end, many borrowers now face sizeable repayments. But with the economy still recovering, securing some additional funding could prove a vital lifeline for businesses in the coming months.
GIC Capital provides funding options for a plethora of different industries and employs a tailored approach with each of their clients to ensure that they maximize their potential and facilitate growth.
As SMEs in the UK continue to struggle to access the appropriate funding needed to facilitate growth, a capital funding provider is helping small to medium sized enterprises with a tailored approach to financing that matches them with privately owned investment companies.
While SMEs do still rely on credit from banks, a report released by The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has revealed that new bank lending has declined in a number of countries.
As an entrepreneur or SME owner, there are going to be times when you need cash fast in order to achieve your goals and help your business grow.
One of the biggest questions you’ll face as the owner of a small or medium-sized enterprise is how to finance your business. This isn’t because there aren’t any ways to do so, however.
The global financial meltdown of 2008 sent shockwaves rippling throughout the entire planet. Value of currencies across the world were impacted, scores of businesses went bust and a feeling of resentment swept through countries in continents across the globe.