There is no doubt that the past couple of years have been difficult for businesses to survive.
Today’s chief financial officers (CFOs) may be unrecognisable from their predecessors.
Being low on Cashflow is probably the highest stress point when running a startup or SME.
Sending money abroad is a vital part of life for many UK residents. The most popular reason to send money to a foreign country is to support family members, such as ex-pats who live in another country.
Invoicing is a vital process for small businesses, but it also represents time-consuming admin for business owners whose attention is pulled in many directions.
Traditional payment methods will always have a role to play in how we conduct our financial lives – indeed, it is estimated that more than 63 million credit cards will be in use by 2025 in the UK.
Government data shows that 589,168 UK businesses reported significant financial distress during the last quarter of 2021, a 5% rise over the previous quarter.
Despite continued uncertainty, Andrea Reynolds, Founder and CEO at Swoop, says that the market will find solutions for struggling businesses.
The pandemic has cemented cashless payments as the UK’s favourite way to pay.
As a long period of low interest ends, dramatic changes in the commercial property finance market ease disruption