What does 2024 have in store for exporting SMEs?

By Georgia Mcguinness

As the world continues to evolve, so does the business landscape. In 2024, SMEs are expected to face a number of challenges and opportunities in the exporting sector. In this blog, we will explore what the future holds for exporting SMEs and how they can prepare themselves to stay ahead of the curve.   Economic … Continued

What are the benefits of vehicle leasing for SMEs?

By Natasha Boumediene

Synergy Car Leasing is one of the UK’s leading vehicle leasing providers offering cars and vans to SMEs, private individuals as well as businesses of all sizes. Newable acquired the business in early 2020 and now offers vehicle leasing agreements as part of the wider Newable lending portfolio. Will Voisey, General Sales Manager at Synergy … Continued

Common mistakes SMEs make with their finances

By Ruth Collier

Unfortunately, many SMEs make common mistakes when it comes to their finances that can have a significant impact on their bottom line. In this blog, we will discuss some of the most common mistakes SMEs make with their finances and provide tips on how to avoid them. We hope this blog helps you as an … Continued

Leading welding company acquires UK-based Techserv Cutting Systems

By Ruth Collier

Market leading UK wholesaler of manufacturer of welding equipment, Weldfast, has acquired Techserv. Techserv is a leading British specialist in the design and manufacture of Plasma, Gas and Waterjet cutting systems. Since 1986, Techserv have manufactured over 800 plasma, gas and waterjet machines, used in all aspects of industry from sole traders through to industrial … Continued

What Does the Rise in Interest Rate Mean for SMEs?

By Ruth Collier

This increase is the 14th consecutive rise in interest rates which is only adding to the pressure many businesses and individuals are already experiencing due to the cost-of-living crisis. So, what does the rise in interest rate mean for SMEs? What are interest rates? According to the Bank of England, an interest rate states how … Continued

Scottish maritime firm receives £2.2million equity injection to scale up oil analysis device

By Natasha Boumediene

RAB Microfluidics is led by CEO Rotimi Alabi, a PHD graduate from Nigeria. The company has developed and patented a microfluidic ‘lab on a chip’ after identifying a gap in the market to radically improve oil lubrication analysis. The technology diagnoses early signs of failure preventing costly machinery break downs in equipment like main engines, … Continued