Exporting is a great way to expand beyond the UK market and open opportunities to grow your business.
However, choosing to export can also mean facing new challenges. Things like increased shipping times, long payment terms and delayed customer payments can put significant pressure on your cash flow.
Export finance offers a simple solution to these challenges and can help you to better manage relationships with overseas customers and bridge the gap between raising an invoice and getting paid, ultimately giving you a much more stable cashflow and the ability to focus on investing in your business.
Want to learn more?
Download our export guides and take a look at our blog:
Capitalising on new markets
How to start new exporting relationships
Currency volatility and overseas trade