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Firstly, I want to wish you the best of health for you and your people.

Secondly, to support you navigate this tough (and uncertain) time, we have put together 17 tips that you can review and consider for the health of your business.

Do you need funds for a business for a longer or shorter duration? How will you settle the financial matters of your business? Who will be an authorized person? Which bank will deal with your business transactions?

There’s a saying that you have to spend money to make money. If you’re a business owner, you probably know that having the support of outside capital might mean the difference between keeping the lights on or having to shut your business down.

Many businesses need loans to launch or grow. This guide will help you apply for a business loan and improve your chances of approval.

Government has provided details of supports available to firms grappling with the crisis.

Small businesses benefit significantly from business loans. A lot of small business owners do not have enough financial resources to run their ventures without any interruptions.

You’ve decided to apply for a business loan. Now, all you have to do is figure out where to get it. If only there weren’t so many options to choose from. It’s safe to say you’d be a lot less overwhelmed if you could narrow down those options.

When it comes to businesses, there are multiple funding options available here in Ireland. Whether you are a small start-up or a large, established company, the Irish market offers a variety of business loans.

Bank of Ireland said it will advance emergency business loans for companies hit by the coronavirus fallout, while rival AIB said there was an increased risk of the outbreak damaging the Irish economy.

Small- and medium-sized-enterprises (SMEs) whose customers pay by direct debits should turn to “enterprising alternative lenders” when looking for funding, ArchOver has claimed.

SME Finance

If you are an SME or Sole-trader looking for finance to expand you business get in touch today.

We have the finance solution to meet your requirements.

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