Let me ask you a few questions. Is your business facing a cash flow crunch because your customers are using your business as their bank and delaying payments for goods that you’ve already delivered to them? Or secondly, maybe you’ve won a new sales contract, and you need the funding for growth. If you’ve answered yes to either one of these questions, then keep watching this short video. If you’re experiencing pressure on your cash flow and working capital stemming from delayed payments from your customers, then you’re certainly not alone. With thousands of businesses across Australia, facing this exact issue, it is crucial to know that the situation is not all doom and gloom. But what if you could get the money that’s tied up in your unpaid invoices paid to you immediately? And furthermore, get money within 48 hours of raising a new invoice. Would that solve your cash flow problems? Well, that is the power of Invoice Finance. Invoice Finance, also known as Accounts Receivable Finance or Debtor Finance is a fantastic solution for small and medium sized businesses to shorten their working capital cycle and access cash sooner. If you’re a business that supplies goods or services to another business on credit terms, then your funds will often be tied up somewhere in your working capital cycle and typically in your sales cycle. Invoice finance is the key to unlocking this capital without taking out a loan or going into debt in order to continue to expand and grow your operations.