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Timelio Builds Its Invoice Business (The Australian, 11.12.17)

Dec 12, 2017 10:06:20 AM / by Richard Gluyas posted in construction, supplier chain finance, early payment program, icon co

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The Melbourne invoice finance marketplace Timelio, which is backed by Alex Waislitz’s Thorney Investment Group, is set up for a capital raising next year after striking a supply chain finance (SCF) partnership with the residential and commercial builder Icon.

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Why Subcontracting Businesses Collapse in the Construction Industry

Dec 6, 2017 9:25:00 AM / by Catherine Manallack posted in borrow money, cash, cash flow, late payments, loans, managing cash flow, seasonal trading, suppliers, construction, supplier chain finance

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Why subcontractors fail in the construction industry

Cash flow is king in any business, and it’s no different for subcontractors. It comes as no surprise then that the most common reason that subcontracting businesses fail is that they run out of cash. This happens most often because, while they’re good builders, some contractors are not good at running a small business, and can often leave the financial side of operations unattended. Add to this the expectation that most subcontractors are expected to float a project’s costs and you have a recipe for disaster. I’ve looked at this and the other main reasons subcontractors have traditionally failed.

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Investing in Invoice Finance: An Active Investor's Perspective

Nov 30, 2017 11:42:58 AM / by Adam Pinkus posted in Blog, business and finance, cash, investors, stocks, online investment, fund, types of investment

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An investor’s perspective on Timelio

As an SME, accessing short-term or flexible finance options can be a struggle. Banks can make getting finance almost impossible with rigorous terms and length of time to process, private lenders can cost a fortune in interest, while credit cards can lead to masses of debt and exacerbate the problem. These can be particularly difficult for those SME’s who rely on business with large corporate clients who are often dictating the payment terms.

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What To Take Away From The 2017 Fintech Census

Nov 8, 2017 12:55:18 PM / by Chris Smith posted in growth, business and finance, EY, fintech, fintech australia, Fintech Census

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Following the success of last year’s EY fintech census, we are pleased to review their latest research and insights into this rapidly changing industry. The report, produced in conjunction with Fintech Australia, gives a detailed look at the state of the Australian fintech landscape, identifying key areas in which Australia is excelling, as well as those areas that require our collective attention.

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Infographic: The 2nd Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Industry Report

Oct 24, 2017 4:11:46 PM / by Chris Smith posted in fintech, fintech australia, small business, startup, APAC

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The University of Cambridge Judge Business School have recently released their 2nd industry report on the state of the Asia Pacific Fintech market.

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5 Things I've Learnt Working at Timelio

Sep 18, 2017 12:58:59 PM / by Kate Campbell posted in fintech, startup, teamwork, foosball

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It's hard to believe that I've been working at Timelio for 3 months now. It only feels like yesterday that I was nervously awaiting my first day of work, and worrying about whether I would be able fit in and adapt to working at a FinTech startup. Luckily I've quickly adapted to working with the Timelio team, and have been welcomed into the company with open arms.

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The Road to Xerocon

Sep 6, 2017 1:46:10 PM / by Chris Smith posted in fintech, advertising, design, marketing, Xerocon, gamesdesign

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Xerocon is a huge opportunity for anyone who attends, especially if you’re an exhibitor. Here’s how we went about creating our most ambitious promotion to date.

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Keys to a successful importing business

Jul 26, 2017 9:27:08 AM / by Mark Liner posted in business and finance, fintech, invoice finance, importing, import

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Having worked closely with importers for many years, I have observed seven key areas that importers need to get right. The key to success is minimising the risk in each area. 

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Infographic: Fintech Adoption Index 2017

Jul 12, 2017 12:09:58 PM / by Chris Smith posted in fintech, fintech australia, small business, startup, Budget, Budget2017

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This week EY released their Fintech Adoption Index for 2017, and Australia has ranked fifth globally in fintech adoption rates. The fintech sector has gained significant market traction, reaching the milestone of 'early adopter', a clear sign that fintech has a bright future.  

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My First Week at Timelio

Jul 5, 2017 12:53:24 PM / by Kate Campbell posted in growth, fintech, fintech australia, startup, team awesome, new team member

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My names' Kate and I recently joined Timelio in the Operations team, working with Tom and Sarah. It’s quite strange to be working in the city because I’ve previously been living and working in country Victoria. From my previous work on an RAAF Base, it’s completely different working on Level 39, 55 Collins Street, and I'm enjoying the great views from all around the building.

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