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5 things you should know about invoice finance

by Kristjan Velbri

 

Small companies face an uphill battle - buyers leverage long-payment terms on invoices and banks are often unable to give businesses the access to the funds they need. Large companies are demanding longer payment terms than ever before. 

How homemade fudge made it to 200 M&S stores in the UK (video)

by Kristjan Velbri

 

Investly allows businesses to unlock cash from their invoices, resulting in increased sales and improved liquidity. Without it, businesses would have to wait weeks or months to receive payment. Just like many small businesses in the UK, Matt and Ben’s Proper Fudge Company faced long payment terms of 60 days on[...]

Investor interview with Indrek Ruubel

by Kristjan Velbri

Our previous investor interview featured a Brazilian e-resident, Eduardo. This time, we decided to introduce you to a local investor. Indrek is a product engineer at Transferwise. Engineers being engineers, he decided to build a robot that invests on his behalf. Before we get to that, here's Indrek in his own[...]

July 2016 invoice trading overview

by Kristjan Velbri

Volume and the number of invoices traded keep making new highs. More importantly, we are seeing a lot of customers return after having sold their first invoice. The demand has been so great that we're looking for new employees in London and Tallinn. It makes us happy to be able to provide a solution that companies[...]

What you need to know about investing in invoices

by Kristjan Velbri

Invoices as an investment have only been available to investors for a short period of time. It used to be the playing ground of banks and other financial institutions. Thanks to technology, all of this is changing. To educate investors so that they can make educated investment decisions, I've put together a list[...]

June 2016 invoice trading overview

by Kristjan Velbri

June was another busy month for Investly. We broke records in the UK and Estonia both in terms of the volume of invoices sold but also the number of new customers who sold their first invoice. July should see a noticeable pick-up in the UK as we have a new sales person joining our London team.

Investly autobidder

by Kristjan Velbri

Investly’s autobidder has been available to investor for a little over two months now. By the second half of June, 152 investors were using it. Assuming their accounts were fully funded, the total bidding size of these investors is almost 8000 euros. Because the autobidder is gaining acceptance among investors, we[...]

May 2016 invoice trading overview

by Kristjan Velbri

The month of May saw a slight decrease in invoice volumes, but overall the month was successful. In April we sold quite a few large invoices which pushed up the average invoice value and the monthly volume. However, the overall trend is positive: we had four new companies sell their first invoice and many more have[...]

Investly received the Best Practice label and started investing in invoices

by Kristjan Velbri

We've got important news for you! We're honored to have received the Crowdfunding Best Practices label by FinanceEstonia and Law Firm Deloitte Legal. Also, we have updated our business model and decided to start participating in invoice auctions, further aligning our interests with those of investors.

Case study: How a Welsh fudge producer got invoices paid in 2 days

by Migle Barauskaite

 
Meet Matt and Ben's Proper Fudge Company. With 7 Great Taste awards under their belt, they sure do know their sweets. Ben Robertson, the Director of Matt and Ben's has shared his story with Investly of how they went through the invoice finance process and what impact it had on their business.