The beginning of a new year provides that opportune moment to take stock and reflect on how far your business has come and to plan for what you want to achieve over the coming year.
August saw an event happen that we have become unaccustomed to - the Bank of England raised the interest rate for only the second time in a decade.
Businesses in the UK are used to facing an emotional rollercoaster as they drive on with their planned growth, with 2018, vying for the most emotional yet!
Why Pulse Cashflow clients affected by Carillion’s demise will not suffer any losses.
If you would like to earn in excess of this or, you already are and need a new challenge, look no further!
Due to continued success and expansion, Pulse are seeking 3 new members of our team.
There is so much uncertainty surrounding the business market at present both politically economically and this is impacting on how businesses are choosing to operate. Inevitably it brings managing cash flow into focus.
The furore surrounding the recent General Election result and the ongoing media storm around Brexit would have some running for the hills to take cover.
Asset based finance continues to grow with a 13% increase since last year, hitting an all-time high of £22.2 billion, rising from £20.6 billion the previous year according to the latest statistics from the Associati
Late payment continues to be an issue for many UK businesses resulting in the Government announcing the launch of a “name and shame” website in the run up to the 2015 election.
Well 2016 will be a year to remember.