IGF has today released the results of its recent survey revealing the attitudes of accountants towards invoice finance. The survey, which explored the familiarity and use of invoice finance among 101 accountants, found that 67% of those surveyed had never
IGF Invoice Finance has published a glossary of terms designed to cut through the jargon of the invoice finance industry. The glossary is a practical guide for small and medium sized business owners to help them make sense of the
One of the maxims that I buy into is "always treat others as you wish to be treated", and it works in business just as well as in our private lives. The basis behind this ideal is that all members
"As postal strikes continue through the summer, SMEs may find that their company cashflow will suffer as delays hit crucial invoices. When times are tight and cashflow is limited, many SME owners may consider a short term solution by using
IGF Invoice Finance, the leading independent commercial finance company specialising in the small and medium sized business market, warns that postal strikes can wreak havoc with SME cashflow.
IGF's Managing Director, Tracy Ewen, gives her five tips for preparing SME
IGF Invoice Finance, the leading independent commercial finance company specialising in the small and medium-sized business market, is encouraging businesses to do some financial housekeeping this month.
So, shake off the winter blues and spring clean your business finances with these
IGF Invoice Finance, the leading independent commercial finance company specialising in the small and medium-sized business market, has today announced that Nick Haggitt has been promoted to sales director and will now take up a position on the board. Nick
IGF, the leading independent commercial finance company specialising in the small and medium-sized business market, has today announced it is offering a new mobile app to clients, IGF Mobile, enabling them to access their account information instantly and real-time.
"As we head into 2013, it is a good time to stand still and not only review what the last year has achieved, but plan for the year ahead. 2012 was a rollercoaster of a year for many small business
Small firms in the UK should view the run-up to Christmas and the first few weeks of the New Year as one of the most dangerous times of the year to experience cashflow problems, warns IGF, one of the UK's