The Cash flow News Weekly!

Happy Monday everyone!  To help fight the Monday blues we have another Cashflow News Weekly for all our wonderful readers.  This week great news for small businesses! Scotland Bibby Financial Services – Invoice Finance company, with offices across the UK and internationally, reports increased lending by 40% for Scottish businesses over the last 12 months. BFS has lent over £25m to small Scottish companies. Why you might be asking yourselves?  Well, the company aims to offer small businesses improved cash flow and support within their ambitions to expand! But wait, there’s more great news! Bibby Financial Services have also … Continue reading

The Cash flow News Weekly!

This week for Simply Cashflow’s News Weekly were feeling very international bringing all you lovely folk cashflow news from around the globe! Australia Being in business we all know that cashflow can be a challenge and the sports sector is no different.  In the news this week Australian Rugby has reported declining cashflow – crikey mate! The slump in cashflow comes from a lack of funds, which were available during the games golden period, but are no longer around as shown by last year’s reduction in match fees. But don’t be too worried just yet!  … Continue reading

The Cash Flow News Weekly

So, what’s been making headlines in cash flow news this week?  It seems to be all about the energy sector… British energy giants BP are telling us that their profits are down 23% due to a drop in contribution from its Russian business; however its cash flows are swelling resulting in share price increase – an interesting one:  profits down, cash up, share price up – what does that tell you!! Click here to read more. Shell are also facing decreasing profits with a 44% plummet, however not all is bad as they also seem to be … Continue reading

The Cash Flow News Weekly

So, what’s been going on in the past week?   Can Small Businesses Save The High Street? Amid claims that e-commerce and shopping centres are ruining the high street, attempts are being made to revive and renew it. Recently, Mary Portas was backed by the government in an initiative to help revitalise the high streets of towns and cities across the UK – whilst Bill Grimsey, retail veteran, wrote a report recently expressing his opinion that variety was key, where communities with a diverse range of activities would increase footfall – rather than just increasing … Continue reading

The Cash Flow News Weekly

So, what’s been happening in the last week?   Government pledges £10m to help SMBs affected by floods After the recent floods in southern England, the government has announced a £10million funding package for small business who have been affected. The new hardship find will be available to businesses from the flooded areas that have either been damaged or have suffered loss of trade. It has been funded by the Department for business innovation and skills – equalling around £2500 per business. Cameron said that the government would continue to do what it can to … Continue reading