Blog tagged as finance
Discover what a credit curve is, the different types of business borrowers, and how bank lending practices operate. This comprehensive guide will help businesses gain clarity on the credit ecosystem.
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So, you want to be an entrepreneur? Here's what it takes to be a successful CEO: the right mindset, passion for the industry, hard work and dedication, and financial know-how. Let us help you finance your business dreams. #giccapital #entrepreneur #businessfunding #CEO
1. The market is ever-changing 2. Your needs are constantly evolving 3. Reviewing your options regularly ensures you're getting the best possible deal 4. It's a good way to stay ahead of the competition 5. You might be surprised at how much you can save #GICCapital #funding #review #business #growth
Return on equity (ROE) is a financial ratio that measures how effectively a firm uses its net assets to generate earnings. It is calculated by dividing the Net Income of a company by the Company's Total Shareholder Equity.
Business Finance: Whether you’re starting your business or growing it, you need to know how to get the money that you need, when you need it. Looking to grow your business but need funds? Call us now on 02032909019 to start a conversation about how we can help I GIC Capital
Whether you are an established trading business (manufacturer, hospitality business, etc), property investor or house builder, why would you, or why are businesses turning to non-bank lenders for financing - and in many cases paying a premium on the cost of borrowing - even with high-quality assets...
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick M. Lencioni. Lencioni illustrates the five dysfunctions that undermine teamwork and effectiveness in any organization: absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability, and inattention to results. #giccapital
Sometimes, you need an injection of finance. It may be that your business has a golden opportunity and needs a decent sum of money in a short time to take full advantage, or perhaps you’re looking at a new office space and feel a bridging loan is the fastest route to making it happen.
Running a business is hard. There are a million and one things to think about every single day and your focus should always be on how to improve and thrive.
As the UK moves ahead with Brexit and inches closer to exiting the European Union, there will be an increased emphasis on how much business the country does abroad.
Statistics recently released by WorldFirst have revealed that the number of SMEs that are trading internationally is steadily declining. The figure dropped to 1.5 million last year, just half of what it was in 2016.
The Prime Minister has recently revealed that her second most pertinent concern, first of course being the ever topical Brexit, is to address the housing shortage in the UK.
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.
As the struggle for SMEs to gain appropriate finance to facilitate growth and expansion continues, we need to highlight the benefits that the circular economy may hold for small to medium sized enterprises.
When it comes to managing your finances as an SME, hiring the right accountant is imperative to your success.
When you go about hiring a new accountant, it is imperative that you ask them the right questions to gauge their experience and how well they will be able to get to grips with the way that your business works.
As a small business owner, you’ll be aware that practising good financial habits can make all the difference to the success of your business.
Running a successful SME means ensuring that a number factors are working well together so that you can accommodate growth.
The current climate of financial uncertainty makes this a tricky time for small businesses seeking funding. Brexit has left many in the business and finance worlds scratching their heads as to how SMEs will continue to find sources of funding in a post-Brexit world...