Small businesses should always be prepared for the unexpected – but there’s only so much they can reasonably plan for. Typically, there won’t be enough working capital to account for unforeseen events such as machinery faults, unexpected bills, or customers missing a payment, all of which can have a significant impact on cash flow.
Quick business loans can provide companies with the money to pay for a new piece of machinery, settle a larger-than-expected tax bill, or lease a fleet of vehicles for an essential delivery. Better still, some alternative lenders will provide the necessary funds within 24 hours, allowing business owners to address any issues at the earliest opportunity.
Fast business loans from Fleximize
At Fleximize, we understand that small businesses often need to move quickly to get funding in place. Many can’t afford to wait weeks for a decision from the bank, especially when an exciting opportunity arises or cash flow takes a sudden dip. By combining cutting-edge tech with a simple application process, we’re able to fund a business within 24 hours. Here’s everything you need to know:
- Business loans of £5,000 – £500,000
- Unsecured and secured borrowing options
- Flexible repayment terms of 3 – 48 months
- Speedy application with minimal paperwork
- Approval and deposit in as little as 24 hours
- No hidden fees or early-repayment penalties
- Interest charged on a reducing balance, not the total loan amount
- Repayment holidays and top-ups available with all loans
- Exclusive discounts on industry-leading business services
Our flexible lending criteria means we won’t automatically dismiss a company with an inconsistent credit history. Instead, we take the unique circumstances of every business into account, with a view to saying “yes” wherever possible. If your business has been trading for six months or longer, you can apply now by clicking the button below.
Fast finance for any purpose
Thousands of businesses have turned to Fleximize for a fast injection of funding. Our loans can be used for almost any purpose, including stock purchase, contract fulfilment and machinery upgrades.
Secure new premises
If you’re searching for a new office or other business premises, securing the property will probably require a deposit. This could be 10-20% of the property’s sale price or the equivalent of one to three months’ rent. Fleximize can provide the necessary funding for a deposit, ensuring you beat other businesses to your favoured property while spreading the cost over a number of months.
Land that big contract
Opportunities can present themselves when a business least expects it. For example, a small construction firm might be notified at the last minute of a large development project that’s been put out to tender. However, fulfilment of the contract may depend on the purchase of expensive new machinery. A Fleximize business loan could cover the cost, helping you seal that all-important deal.
Pay your bills
Bills and invoices are never nice, especially in the slower times of year. Occasionally, you’ll be hit with a bill that’s much larger than anticipated, or which you weren’t expecting at all. To protect cash flow and keep your business growing, you could borrow the money to pay it. Fleximize has helped several businesses with their bills, whether it’s quarterly VAT payments or supplier invoices.
Buy more stock
Stock control is crucial for retail businesses. While holding a small amount of stock could result in lost business, holding too much can be just as risky, especially if your products are perishable. However, if a large order comes in or demand suddenly spikes, you may need to make a bulk purchase. To protect cash flow, you could fund the purchase with a flexible loan from Fleximize.
Ready to apply?
Applying for a Fleximize loan couldn’t be simpler – just click the button below and complete the short form. If your business passes our initial checks, a member of the team will be in touch to take you through the final steps. If you have any questions about our business loans, feel free to visit our FAQs page or give us a call on 020 7100 0110. We’re here to help.