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Global suppliers face cash flow hurdles with delayed payments, while buyers grapple with inefficient processes. A data-driven strategy accelerates B2B payments, enhancing working capital for mutual benefit.
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It is almost a year since we launched Good Business Pays, so it's time to celebrate some of the wins and successes of the movement.
You work hard to create business opportunities, but making the most of them takes a ready source of cash.
2021 has been yet another tough year for British businesses of all sizes. And it is SMEs who are impacted the worst, whilst larger companies fare better.
Liz Barclay’s appointment as Small Business Commissioner was the latest development in the UK’s longstanding and worsening payments crisis.
While this is a welcome step in the right direction, there is still a long way to go. A 30-day payment period is still 30 days too long for many.
Covid-19 disruptions and shutdowns propagate through supply chains, and massive but blunt interventions can't reach those most in need of support.
For more than a decade large, firms have offered supply chain finance (SCF) to their suppliers, yet uptake by SMEs has remained limited
Philipp Schönbucher explains what the new collaboration with Beat Syndicate 4242 means for the world of insurance and slow invoice payments.
It’s many entrepreneurs’ dream; that first big contract which launches your start-up brand onto the national stage.
Working capital is the lifeblood of businesses within the global economy. However, large buyers and small suppliers often clash over time taken to pay.
Unless enhanced powers for the Small Business Commissioner are coupled with Prompt Payment reporting reform, they won't help small suppliers.
Slow supplier payments are a major problem for UK SMEs operating in the retail sector where retailers take 41 days to pay their suppliers.
Many of the most progressive businesses are enthusiastic about putting an end to slow supplier payments.
A discussion with Rebecca Nilsson (Oracle Startup Ecosystem) on how we are changing the world of B2B commerce.
Since the Carillon disaster last year, political pressure has been mounting on the large corporates and, in particular, the length of the payment terms offered to suppliers.
Supply chain management is undergoing rapid digital transformation. With so much opportunity, however, it can be difficult to prioritise.
Supply chain finance (SCF) is useful in many ways. One thing it is not is a solution to slow payment terms for smaller suppliers.
The tools and technology now exist to solve the late payments problem.