SMEs Investing In Future – Are You?

Posted: 18th May 2021

The future’s bright for SMEs and as a result many businesses are realising the value and importance of investment

With lockdown easing, it’s back to business for SMEs

And getting back to business means serious business…

With sound SME finance a business can really thrive, allowing it to seize opportunities for growth and development.

Is it time you thought about how your SME is going to fund its growth, recovery and expansion? That’s where SME finance comes in.

A recent survey found that nearly a quarter of SMEs polled were going to invest between £10k and £10m in their business this year.  Here at Cashflow Bridge we can agree with these findings as both new and old customers have been in touch with us to arrange their new finance.

And their route to securing new lending has never been easier.  That’s because many lenders have spent their time during the pandemic wisely, formulating tailored, structured and sympathetic finance options.  They’ve also reviewed their application processes, and instead of many finance arrangements going through a computer, now real people are assessing each and every application, taking into account pre-Covid trading and future challenges. We’re seeing a rise in applications being accepted, with good rates and on flexible terms.

Of course, each and every lender has a differing lending criteria, which is why it’s essential for an SME owner like yourself to arrange their funding through an independent brokerage like us, here at Cashflow Bridge.  In a discussion about your needs and history we’ll be able to assess which lender best suits your needs. This means we’ll be able to secure underwritten offers quickly – even if you’ve been refused lending in the past or have a bad credit history.

Here at Cashflow Bridge we are independent experts at arranging SME finance:

We are able to arrange a huge range of SME finance, including: 

Start your SME investment future now by calling our Managing Director, Kevin Weaver, directly on 07917 871832 or email his team at


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