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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[...]

Metsanotsu: How invoice finance helped a business sail through seasonality

by Migle Barauskaite

Meet Metsanotsu (literally translated as Forest Piglet), an Estonian company that provides retail chains with great quality firewood. After encountering long payment terms from their clients, they decided to give Investly and invoice financing a try.

Having sold their first invoice to investors for a small[...]

Investly is launching in the UK, and will sell your first invoice for free

by Ruth Chamberlain

lnvestly, a peer-to-peer lending platform that helps small business release cash tied up in invoices is gearing up for its launch in the UK and is offering an early access pilot program to a limited number of users.

Investly’s first funded small business looks forward to a more creative future

by Investly tiim

Sixteen people invested on our platform to enable our first business to purchase essential machinery that they needed to grow.