CASH FLOW LENDING

The coronavirus outbreak is not only a public health concern, but also an economical one, with businesses around the world impacted by disruption to trade, supply chains, cash-flow, and revenue, resulting in rising average costs.

According to a recent Roy Morgan report*, around two-fifths of Manufacturers are already reporting being affected and closely followed by a third of Education & training businesses and those in the Wholesale industry.

Other industries to already be feeling the effects of the coronavirus include Accommodation & Food services which includes travel and tourism businesses, Community services, Administrative & Support services and Property & Business services.

As the effects of the coronavirus outbreak continues, small businesses around Australia need to protect themselves, and learn how to deal with the disruption to trade and cash flow proactively.

Click here for some great tips on how you can start managing the risks to your business now.

If your business cash flow has already been impacted, or will likely be impacted, click below to access urgent funding within 24 hours^.

* http://www.roymorgan.com/findings/8298-impact-of-bushfires-coronavirus-february-2020-202002240738

^ Subject to our lending partner Capify’s standard credit criteria & terms and conditions.