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The Evolution of Invoice Finance

May 16, 2018 9:51:24 AM / by David Webster posted in business and finance, investing, invoice finance, cashflow, SMEs

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Changing the Invoice Finance market

There is a lot of confusion and misinformation around invoice finance. In fact, a great deal of people have never even heard of it. Invoice finance is a way of getting funding by selling your customer’s unpaid invoices. The funder or buyer of the invoices can come in various guises, including banks, companies or private investors (peer-to-peer or P2P).

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How to compete with importers

Apr 19, 2018 12:53:37 PM / by Rhonda Locke posted in innovation, investors, invoice financing, small business, importing, cashflow

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How to compete with importers 

If a business is trying to compete only on price, they may find it hard to compete against cheaper imports. Wages, mass production and other competitive forces all work against locally produced products.

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Three ways you can support Australian businesses

Mar 28, 2018 1:09:47 PM / by Rhonda Locke posted in innovation, investing, investors, invoice financing, small business, cashflow

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Three ways you can support Australian businesses

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With tensions between the US and China reaching breaking point, the effects of the incipient trade war are sure to be felt globally, especially between superpowers of this scale. Supply chains across the Asia Pacific region are sure to be disrupted, with Australia undoubtedly going to feel the sting, and when trade sanctions threaten Australian interests, it is natural to want to protect our on-shore businesses. 

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Introducing your new Supply Chain Finance Manager

Mar 26, 2018 11:32:35 AM / by Timelio posted in supply chain finance, early payment program, icon co, supply chain

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Introducing Icon's new early payments program manager

Having managed both our direct investor base and the Timelio Capital Fund for almost two years, it’s safe to say Adam Pinkus is invested in Timelio’s business.

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Grow your importing business with trade finance

Mar 14, 2018 11:53:18 AM / by Charlotte Petris posted in invoice finance, importing, trade finance, purchase order finance

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Trade finance for importers 

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1+1 (Acuity Magazine, Feb 2018)

Mar 5, 2018 11:44:38 AM / by Timelio posted in marketplace lending, fintech, invoice finance, invoice trading, KPMG, startup, starting a business

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Charlotte Petris conceived online invoice-trading marketplace Timelio to help companies boost their cash flow. Husband Andrew’s skillset made him the ideal founding partner.

By Carolyn Boyd

1+1 reproduced in full from Acuity Magazine (February 2018 Issue)

 

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Infographic: The Pulse Of Fintech Q4 2017

Feb 21, 2018 10:28:43 AM / by Timelio posted in VC, fintech, KPMG, Pulse Report

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KPMG have released their final ‘Pulse of Fintech’ report for 2017. The Q4’17 report shows that whilst global fintech investment started off slowly, the year closed out strong, with c.$31 billion globally. 

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It's Time for Construction to Consider Supply Chain Finance

Feb 14, 2018 1:56:06 PM / by Ryan Fernandes posted in borrow money, cash, late payments, loans, managing cash flow, suppliers, construction

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Its time for construction to consider supply chain finance

Australian construction, both public and private, has seen strong growth. However, the availability of credit, particularly to smaller sub-contractors, has contracted and remains expensive. Working capital is the lifeblood of anyone running a small business and remains frozen. Coupled with high finance costs, this puts financial strain on the entire supply chain. 

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Hiring Options

Feb 8, 2018 2:45:40 PM / by Cameron Owens posted in cash flow, invoice financing, invoice trading, seasonal trends, liquidity, tax

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Hiring staff – Should you employ permanent, casual or contract staff?

As a small business owner, making sure you have the right people in the right place will be one the biggest challenges standing between you and success. As the core of your business, your employees engage every facet of your operation, and as such, are a crucial part of it. Being such a large part of the business means they’re also one of your biggest associated costs. It’s important you make the right call when deciding to employ your people on a casual, contract or part-time or full-time basis.

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Encouraging Women to Invest in Their Future

Jan 17, 2018 9:30:36 AM / by Charlotte Petris posted in cash, investing, investors, invoice financing, invoice trading, financial alternatives

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Encouraging Women to Invest in Their Future

Female Investors: The Largely Untapped Market

According to Time magazine citing a study by financial planning software company Learnvest, men are five times more likely to invest than women. While the number of female investors is on the rise, due in part to the availability of online investment, the opportunity for women to invest is greater than it ever has been.

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