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Flexible funding for your business
Flexible funding for your business

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You don’t need to be a millionaire, or even a friend of a millionaire, to launch a business. Here are some start-up cost myths debunked
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"It's time for Britain's mid-sized firms to step out of the shadows" 
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How Do You Become a $1.7 Billion Startup? Try Living by These 6 Rules
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Today sees the launch of Credit4’s Dual Growth Funding, a facility for growing UK businesses that require a traditional term loan to sit alongside a more flexible credit facility.

Commenting on the new facility, Credit4’s Chief Executive Gary Trott said: “The Dual Growth Funding facility is the logical follow on product to our Flexible Facility and has been designed for businesses that need our Flexible Facility to finance their growth phase, but also require more traditional funding to sustain progress. It means that such businesses will be able to apply to Credit4 for both forms of funding rather than look elsewhere for different elements which may require multiple applications.”
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 Here are the some interesting habits of famous entrepreneurs that can help give you starting points for your own successful daily routines.
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The growth rates for alternative finance in the UK and Europe make it pretty clear that this is a sector that can't be ignored. Providers made £1.74bn available to UK firms and individuals in 2014, with person-to-business lending at £749m, person-to-person lending at £547m and invoice discounting at £270m.
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In this guest post, Caroline McDonald, head of content at SME-focused bank Aldermore, explains how making a big change to your company’s strategy can be the making of your business.
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Financial Conduct Authority boss Tracey McDermott assures City firms on future regulation
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The UK economy could receive a £56bn boost – equivalent to 1.5% GDP – if start-ups “fully harness the capabilities of available digital technologies”, research from Virgin Media Business has claimed.
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