Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Crowdfunding meets Invoice Discounting

SMEs are beginning to take Crowdfunding very seriously. Not only can you raise equity funding by using this new phenomenon, as well as 1 or 3 year loans, you can now raise much needed cash flow by selectively selling your invoices to a new crowdfunding auction site.
The auction site is an online marketplace where growing companies selectively auction their invoices due to large customers to a network of high-net worth and institutional buyers raising flexible working capital – over £5mn advanced to over 60 businesses to date
Buyers of invoices are global institutional investors (such as asset managers and private investment funds) who bid against each other to advance you cash – so you always get a better deal
Unlike invoice discounting, you only sell the invoices you want to sell, and there are no restrictive covenants or personal guarantees. There are no ongoing monthly service fees or non-use fees. Where traditional invoice discounters do not accept certain invoices or turn down your application, by posting the invoice on our platform you might be able to find an investor keen to buy.
For further details please visit our website: http://www.pegasusfunding.co.uk/
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Or contact your nearest Pegasus Associate:
Peter Kelly: 07778 670 236 peter.kelly@pegasusfunding.co.uk. London, South East, & East Mids.
Mark Heaton: 07976 722851 mark.heaton@pegasusfunding.co.uk . Essex, Kent, S E London, East Sussex.
Alan Cottle: 07791 349429. alan.cottle@pegasusfunding.co.uk. South West, West and West Mids.
Bruce Colley: 07730 029594 Bruce.colley@pegasusfunding.co.uk . Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and South Somerset
Richard Olsen: 0797 664 2432 richard.olsen@pegasusfunding.co.uk . Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Cambridge, Northamptonshire, Norfolk.

6 comments:

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