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Cashflow Challenges of a Successful Recruitment Agency – How Invoice Finance can help scale your growing business

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    Last Modified : May 14, 2024

    Navigating the cashflow pressures of launching and sustaining a recruitment business can be a daunting task for any new start.

    With high demands and intense competition, securing your place in this dynamic industry requires a significant amount of hard graft and investment, and the lack of available working capital can cause many businesses to struggle initially.

    Here at eCapital, however, we recognise the potential of these businesses and the impact to the economy that they can have and are therefore committed to providing the cashflow support that recruitment companies need to thrive via our flexible Invoice Finance solutions.

    Our best-in-class service delivery, provided by expert localised teams creates the close and trusted working relationship that fully understand your business aims and growth aspirations.

    We offer reliable and immediate access to cash that provides your agency with the financial surety to grow. Our services also help you to manage your customer/client payments and sales ledger administration, freeing up valuable time and resources for you to concentrate on scaling your business.

    The more sales that you generate, the more cash is made available through our services.

    When partnering with eCapital, start-up recruitment agencies can unlock the financial resources necessary to seize opportunities, overcome challenges, and achieve long-term success.

    With our invoice finance solutions, the journey from start-up to industry leader becomes smoother and more attainable than ever before.

    Talk to us today to see how we can help your recruitment business.

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    eCapital Commercial Finance (eCapital) is a leading invoice financier providing funding facilities up to £4m to support the growth of SMEs through the provision of flexible working capital facilities. With five fully functional UK regional offices, its local teams are uniquely placed to respond promptly and purposefully to the cashflow needs of its clients. The business has grown significantly since its launch in 2001, providing over £4 billion of funding to businesses. It is majority owned by eCapital, a US based financial services business with interests in the USA and Canada.

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