I’ve known and worked with the team at Blue Sky Finance for over 20 years. They offer the exceptional industry expertise and service standards that we demand for our clients. Gareth Ratcliffe, Finance Director Nunwood Consulting Group Ltd. What shape are your customers? Price is always going to be a major consideration in any sale. A client’s lack of budget doesn’t have to reduce their ability to purchase. Offering clients a no-hassle solution to financing the purchase of your products can help increase sales, accelerate cash flow and assist you in launching new products. Finance shaped to make sales happen Our service is all about tailoring packages to perfectly suit … on the edge of your seat? Read more!
I’ve known and worked with the team at Blue Sky Finance for over 20 years. They offer the exceptional industry expertise and service standards that we demand for our clients. Gareth Ratcliffe, Finance Director Nunwood Consulting Group Ltd. What shape is your business? The attitude and approach to both credit and equipment type varies widely throughout the UK finance industry. As a result preferred customer profiles will differ. Lenders will focus on particular sectors and product types. They will also reach limits on the credit they will advance to any individual company. So the better you fit their profile the better the deal will be for you. Finance shaped around … on the edge of your seat? Read more!
SOFTWARE ONLY FINANCE A huge cost for many companies, against which few will lend. We know who will – at sensible rates. Why do most lenders accept hardware as collateral but not software, despite the fact that many companies – especially in design and financial services – spend much more on the latter? Their answer, that it is practical to secure loans against physical objects, but not intellectual property, appears to makes a lot of sense. But the shelf life of most hardware and its relative cost has eroded that logic almost out of existence. More enlightened lenders know this. Working with you, we show these lenders the difference the … on the edge of your seat? Read more!
Many new businesses are a little wary of using social media for marketing. Maybe you have a personal Facebook account and assume a business page would be the same. Maybe you don’t like the thought of spending time on social media when you could be earning money for your business. Either way, there’s no denying it can generate a good revenue. It can deliver great sales leads and has the potential viral reach of millions. It’s even beneficial on a local scale. Here’s our tips for making the most out of social media in those first days. Keep Your Personas Separate One mistake many new businesses make is to utilise … on the edge of your seat? Read more!