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Former Ireland rugby captain Jamie Heaslip discusses why he was drawn to a career with a fintech start-up and how he plans to strengthen Flender’s brand in the coming months.

Small firms are applying for new finance to manage cash flow rather than to invest in their businesses, according to new research which further exposes the late payments crisis.

The approval percentage for small business loan applications at big banks ($10 billion+ in assets) rose one-tenth of a percent to 28.3% in January 2020, setting  another new post-recession record high, according to the most recent Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index™.

Every business needs an emergency fund to cover unexpected expenses. Changes in the economy, regulations or the tax landscape can also result in financial fluctuations for a business, and this can be intimidating without a safety net.

Starting a business is exciting but there’s one big question you have to answer right off the bat: How will you fund it?

NEW figures from Bibby Financial Services Ireland, a leading provider of financial support and funding solutions to SMEs, show that the number of Munster-based clients using its alternative funding services and products has doubled over the past year.

LINKED FINANCE MAY be one of the leading names in peer-to-peer lending in Ireland, but for chief executive Niall Dorrian there is still plenty of work to do.

Post recession, high street lenders have possibly become more risk averse when dealing with SMEs in their search for development finance.

How do entrepreneurs break out of a cycle of constrained cash flow and under-investment?

There’s no question that SME businesses are the backbone of the UK economy, driving sustainable growth and providing a wide range of job opportunities for people with a range of professionalisms.

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