We're your alternative to a bank overdraft or business loan. Just Cash Flow PLC is a responsible specialist lender to UK Businesses. We offer flexible funding solutions to businesses to help them manage cash flow. This means you can concentrate on running your business and not how you finance it. We work with you supporting your longer term funding challenges. And we lend our own funds.
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Most growing companies suffer growing pains. These can come in the form of finding sufficient funds to pay for stock and work in progress, or the costs of marketing a new product or service and occasionally a debtor who is a slow or non-payer. All or any of these cause plans to be delayed. The RCF works exactly in the same way as a traditional bank overdraft and allows growing companies to smooth out the peaks and troughs.
From John DaviesExecutive Chairman of alternative lender Just Cashflow. The sudden arrival of COVID-19 has changed the world we live in and SMEs have had to deal with unprecedented problems such as having to shut up shop with virtually all income disappearing overnight. As someone with four decades of experience of running businesses or helping
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It’s well documented that cashflow issues are the main reasons why businesses fail – but not well documented enough to stop an increasing number of SMEs falling into the ‘cashflow trap’. We ran a survey asking SME owners what they wished they had known more about before setting up in business and the number one
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It’s well documented that cash flow issues are the main reasons why businesses fail – and never has this been more true than in the current environment. As the path to easing lockdown continues, with non essential business being allowed to open from 15th June, many businesses will be looking for funding to help them begin trading
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TFT Webinar Review In this 45-minute webinar, CEOs from leading FinTech companies shared their perspectives on how they could help small businesses stricken by the coronavirus lockdown. Written by Claire Woffenden April 9, 2020 To help small businesses in the UK get better access to coronavirus loans, The FinTech Times brought together an expert panel for a
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One of the main challenges working from home is making sure you have a quick internet connection. Now, with more people starting to work remotely, you need to get the best from your WiFi at home. Avoiding lag from hackers and high internet usage at home are modern-day problems. Here are some tips on how
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As the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic spreads globally, more and more people are starting to create their office space at home. Some people are used to working remotely, but for others, it is a brand new concept. Luckily, it is not as hard as you may think. If you want to use wifi effectively working from
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We’ve put together a Word Document that you can download with guidance on COVID-19 in the workplace for you and your employees. The Word document below also includes email templates.
This month we have chosen a selection of books including those to help with marketing and customer services. Jab, jab, jab, right hook by Gary Vaynerchuk New York Times bestselling author and social media expert Gary Vaynerchuk provides mash-up of the best elements of Crush It! and The Thank You Economy with a fresh spin
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Before organising a meeting you need to determine whether the meeting is really necessary. Do you need multiple people to attend, or just a few key players? Streamlining the meeting means it’s more likely to be productive. I’m sure you’ve been at meetings where there are people attending who have no relevance to the end
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Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are the generation who reached adulthood around the turn of the 21st century. The precise year range varies from one source to another, however. Neil Howe and William Strauss, authors of the 1991 book Generations: The History of America’s Future, define the Millennial cohort as consisting of individuals born
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