GROW FINANCE GROUP EXPANDS ITS SME FINANCE PLATFORM WITH THE ACQUISITION OF AUSTRALIAN INVOICE FINANCE
Grow Finance Group has today announced the acquisition of Australian Invoice Finance Limited (AIF), which follows the successful acquisition of the $121M Eclipx Commercial business in September 2019.
Six ways small businesses should prepare for a reduction in government support
Greg Charlwood shares with The Market Herald the ways small business can work with Government incentive during COVID with their cashflow finance.
How small businesses can manage cash flow in a crisis?
Greg Charlwood speaks with My Business to provide an insight for small business cashflow finance.
Cashflow Offer for your Business
Matthew Erwin was interviews by Jo Ryan – The Entreprise Show, 2SSR 99.7 FM
Here is a hidden cost stemming from clients not paying invoices on time
20 March 2020
Small- and medium-sized businesses need to focus now on managing their cashflows to protect their business as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads, according to Australian Invoice Finance
7 February 2020
Australian Invoice Finance (AIF) has appointed Andy Cusworth as a Business Development Manager in the region, tasked with helping grow the group’s presence and support increased sales across the state.
Avoiding the Christmas/New Year cashflow crunch
How can you protect your business from late payments during the Christmas period? Greg Charlwood shares advice with Inside Small Business on how to handle your cashflow during this period.
Christmas time can be a real challenge for businesses, especially those in the transport industry. Greg Charlwood, Managing Director of Australian Invoice Finance, shared with Owner Driver, how to reduce the impact of late payments.
A business adviser recently identified invoice finance as a solution when the banks refused funding for his client in the construction industry. Australian Invoice Finance was able to work with the adviser to help his client.
Greg Charlwood, Managing Director of Australian Invoice Finance, shared his thoughts with Inside Small Business about the five common financing mistakes that SMEs make.
Australian Broker Magazine recently featured Australian Invoice Finance’s latest marketing campaign. Australian Invoice Finance certainly works for businesses.
Late payments causes a world of hurt for small businesses. They create uneven cashflow, which affects the ability to pay regular outgoings such as bills and wages, and can lead to missed business opportunities.
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Australian Invoice Finance, Greg Charlwood, was recently featured in Diesel News and shared how late payments are hurting the transport and logistics industry, who are already impacted by high fuel costs, high wages and high demands from suppliers. Greg discussed how the industry can best protect itself from late payments.
In this article for Ragtrader Magazine, one of the leading industry publications for Australia’s clothing, footwear and accessories sector, Australian Invoice Finance’s Managing Director, Greg Charlwood, discussed the impact of late payments on the ragtrade industry.
Australian Invoice Finance recently sponsored the FBAA Broker Day, which focused on mental health in the industry and supported the “RU OK?” Day program. A great day supporting a great cause.
Greg Charlwood, managing director of Australian Invoice Finance, shared with The Adviser, how late payment of invoices by big business is a widespread scourge that is holding back the growth and productivity of many small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Australia.
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