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It’s no laughing matter: Laughter Lounge’s Peter O’Mahony shares his reopening tips for hospitality businesses.

Posted by on 9th June 2020



We spoke to regular Linked Finance customer Michael Corcoran of Quantum Fulfilment about how he has adapted his business to operate within the new guidelines, and how he has adapted his printing business to offer an easy Covid19 signage printing service for his customers. 

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Preparing your business for reopening? Effective signage will help guide the way.

Posted by on 28th May 2020



We spoke to regular Linked Finance customer Michael Corcoran of Quantum Fulfilment about how he has adapted his business to operate within the new guidelines, and how he has adapted his printing business to offer an easy Covid19 signage printing service for his customers. 

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Reopening your business safely

Posted by on 9th May 2020



The Irish Government released its comprehensive “Return to Work Safely” protocol document today, 9 May 2020. It is designed to support those who are reopening their business in the coming weeks. To help with an introduction to the document and the types of things all businesses, from the largest to the smallest, will need to think about when reopening your business, we’ve produced a summary guide.

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Is your business ready to implement social distancing?

Posted by on 30th April 2020



SMEs often lack specialist finance advisers to help them turn raw finance data into business insight. They often rely on their intuition to see the bigger picture, and hope to get the detail right. Professional advice is always worth seeking; if it will help you build strategy from complex financial information, but there’s plenty you can do by yourself too, if you know what to home in on…

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Get under the bonnet of your business using financial statements

Posted by on 29th April 2020



SMEs often lack specialist finance advisers to help them turn raw finance data into business insight. They often rely on their intuition to see the bigger picture, and hope to get the detail right. Professional advice is always worth seeking; if it will help you build strategy from complex financial information, but there’s plenty you can do by yourself too, if you know what to home in on…

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Supporting SMEs through the Covid-19 pandemic

Posted by on 26th March 2020



 

Linked Finance, Ireland’s leading P2P lending platform, is transforming the way lending works for Irish SMEs. We’ve already provided more than €125 million in hassle-free finance to businesses from every sector across Ireland, of which hotels and restaurants are many…


5 quick win crisis cashflow management tips

Posted by on 16th April 2019



Every SME knows what it’s like when invoices are all out, but there’s still no payment on the way… You’ve brought business in, you’ve worked hard, and you’ve got every expectation that you will be able to pay the bills. The problem is that often your customers will pass on their cash flow problems to you.

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Business Loans but Different

A Better Way to Borrow for Your Business

Linked Finance connects great local businesses who need loans with thousands of individual lenders. This is about using technology to bring business lending back to basics; real people with savings lending to great local businesses at attractive interest rates. Businesses get the funds they need to grow, lenders make a fair return. Everybody wins!

If you need a loan to grow your business, talk to Linked Finance

  • You get a same-day credit decision.
  • You can borrow up to €300K.
  • No early repayment penalties.
  • A friendly, no-hassle approach.
  • Promote your business.
  • Win new customers as part of the process.

 

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