The factoring turnover in Estonia has grown in last three years according to statistics published by the Bank of Estonia. Investly's recent volume growth and the amount of money given out are at a record high, which is in line with the numbers from Bank of Estonia.
Compared to three years ago, first half of the[...]
Following a new financing round earlier this year and Nesta’s Open Banking prize last year, London-based invoice finance provider Investly has opened their platform (investly.co/platform) to help partners such as banks, working capital providers, e-invoicing platforms and retail/wholesale marketplaces serve their[...]
Investly has announced a partnership with iContract, a UK platform that connects contractors with recruiters, in order to provide invoice finance for contractors with long payment terms. The invoice finance solution is available for contractors who operate as a limited company.
Most people associate marketplace lending, also known as peer to peer lending, with consumer and real estate loans. Although Investly is similar to marketplaces that are oriented toward real estate and consumer loans in the sense that a large pool of investors takes part in financing each issue, there are some[...]
It’s that time of year when we all set good intentions for the year ahead. In terms of business, it’s a great excuse to take some time to focus on what your goals are, where improvements can be made, and how success will be defined.
With Christmas just over two weeks away, it’s time to start getting your presents sorted and your wish lists written! We’ve scoured the very best handmade, unique and delicious gifts on sale from our Investly customers. Take a trip through our virtual marketplace below to discover the best small business gifts[...]
Investly has announced a partnership with e-invoicing operator Telema in order to provide e-invoice financing for Estonian businesses. The new service, also known as e-factoring, allows retail chain suppliers to automatically finance their e-invoices with long payment terms.
On the build-up to Christmas 2017, we are keen to share some of our top cash flow tips with our customers. Here is our recipe for cash flow success this Christmas:
Here at Investly, we are aware that food businesses are some of the worst affected by poor cash flow, as grocery retailers tend to have lengthy payment terms. Typically growing food businesses in the UK will end up waiting 30-90 days to get paid for their goods - sometimes even as long as 180 days.