Helping UK Businesses secure the most suitable funding options

From business loans, both secured and unsecured, to asset & invoice finance options, this is your one stop shop to funding your business. 


Finding you the best funding options for your business, so you dont have to.

We understand the challenges that businesses face in finding the right funding options. We offer free guidance to connect you with the most suitable funding options for your business, ensuring your business thrives and reaches it’s full potential.

Opting for fast and cost-effective business loans can be a smarter alternative to seeking cash investors. From acquisitions to debt reduction and maintaining solid working capital, waiting for slow cash flow or investors to expand is no longer necessary. You can accelerate your company’s growth by obtaining a purpose-built loan that caters to your business requirements.

With our network of government backed loan and finance providers we can get you preferential rates and the best deals in the market.

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Contact us for a free consultation and start your journey to unlocking financial advantages that are rightfully yours.

Impartial Advice

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We pride ourselves on providing impartial and transparent advice. Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions about the financial options available for your business, without any hidden agendas or conflicts of interest.

Tailored Assessments for your Unique Business Needs

Our team of experienced professionals will carefully assess your business and recommend the best funding options tailored to your specific needs, ensuring you receive the right support and guidance for your business growth.

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Stay ahead

Knowledge is power, and staying informed about the latest funding options is crucial to the success of your business. We make it easy for you to stay updated on the latest opportunities and trends, so you can focus on what you do best – growing your business.

What types of business loans are available?

There are many types of business loan. Some require the borrower to provide security (collateral) to reduce the lender’s risk, while some do not. Usually, the lump sum provided is lower and the interest rate is higher for loans where no security is provided.

Common UK business loans we can help secure include:

  • Bank Loan: What it says on the tin. A bank lends money for business purposes.
  • Secured Loan: The borrower must provide a guarantee or collateral to protect the lender.
  • Unsecured Loan: No collateral required. The loan is based on the borrower’s credit score.
  • Merchant Cash Advance: Short-term borrowing to cover everyday expenses. Suitable for businesses that take card payments from customers.
  • Small Business Loan: Loans for businesses with less than 25 employees.
  • Invoice Finance: Funds are lent against the value of the borrower’s accounts receivable.
  • Start-Up Loan: Seed cash to get a new business off the ground. Government Funds may be available for this type of loan.
  • Franchise Finance: Loans to start a new franchise business or expand an existing one.
  • VAT Loans: Funds to help businesses pay their VAT bill while they wait for customers to pay outstanding invoices.
  • Revolving Credit Facility: Much like a bank overdraft. The borrower can dip into an open credit facility as and when funds are needed. The borrowing is repaid from incoming business receipts.
  • Business Credit Cards: Credit cards for business use only. Often with higher credit limits and lower interest rates than cards for private individuals.
  • Asset Finance: Large loans usually used to buy plants, machinery, and commercial property.
  • Vehicle Finance: Funds to buy vehicles for business use.
  • Ecommerce Finance: Funds to power online businesses.
  • Working Capital Loans: Loans that pay everyday business expenses.

Start your funding application today!

Just fill in the short form below and we will be in touch to discuss what funding options are best suited for your unique business proposition.