After the disaster of 2020, SMEs are upbeat about 2021

In recently commissioned research into the strength of feeling among brokers and SME leaders about the business environment in the UK, we found reasons to be cheerful about 2021, writes Carol Roberts, Time Finance’s head of asset finance.

With so much of the world – and its businesses – in flux, this year has already delivered a number of shifts when it comes to expectations and predictions. As the nation grapples with new lockdown restrictions and the post-Brexit era, we recently undertook research to investigate current attitudes amongst brokers and business leaders. I believe the results reveal an optimistic look to 2021, despite the challenges thrown at us so early on.

Time Finance plc (LON:TIME) is an AIM-listed business specialising in the provision or arrangement of funding solutions to UK businesses seeking to access the finance they need to realise their growth plans.

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