Businesses need support, but not at the cost of relationships

In a special feature with Commercial Reporter, Time Finance’s Director of Asset Finance Steve Nichols emphasizes the importance of speed when it comes to supporting businesses, but not at the costs of relationships.

The financial pressures currently facing businesses are undeniable. Having to adjust to rising costs in their supply chains, increased energy prices and bigger tax bills, and no sooner do we all begin to accept these challenges do we face inflation hitting a high of 9.1%. The squeeze on businesses is getting increasingly tighter and this creates an environment in which they need to think fast. To enable them to be agile, they need simple and quick finance solutions that meet their ever-changing demands. But speed alone will fall short of the financial solutions businesses need.

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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