Having recently reached the major milestone of €100 Million in total lending, we take a look back over some of the other significant steps in becoming Ireland's leading P2P lending platform.
Following the announcement that Linked Finance had hit €100 Million in total lending, CEO Niall Dorrian sat down with Newstalk's Vincent Wall on Breakfast Business. Listen to the full interview here...
Linked Finance has just hit the major milestone of having lent €100 Million to ambitious businesses across Ireland. This signals that P2P lending is now firmly established as an attractive funding option for Irish SMEs. You can read the full story here...
Ambition. It's what turns a good idea into a great business. It's the force that unites entrepreneurs across Ireland. It's what drives them, day after day, to build the brilliant businesses that become the backbone of our economy.
At a time of increasing uncertainty, Irish SME ambition continues to dig deep. SME owners time and again turn to Linked Finance's game-changing lending to turn their ambitions into reality.
Growing your SME is exciting. Getting to a point where you have a steady stream of customers is just the first step. Sustaining your ambition to grow comes next. If you find yourself at the point of contemplating new growth, you will need capital to finance your plan.
A well-thought out growth agenda takes consideration, so this week's blog will help you think through your plan and show you the pitfalls to avoid.
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.
SME entrepreneurs are competitors at heart. They desire to begin, grow and win. Yet no matter how brilliant a strategy, in business those who play a solo game will lose out to a team.
Getting your name in the papers is a powerful way to build your brand, raise awareness and attract customers. Earned media is much more credible than advertising and best of all, it's free.
These are uncertain times for Irish SMEs. After more than two years of endless debate and constant media coverage, it seems we're still no closer to knowing how Brexit will eventually pan out. Whatever the outcome, though, the impacts will be wide-ranging and now is the time for Irish businesses to prepare...