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Raising the Funds: Debt vs Equity Financing

By The Skippr Team on 5 June 2020

The key differences between Debt Financing and Equity Financing 

Owning and running a small business is an exciting and rewarding journey for many business owners, although more often than not, the challenging part of this process is finding the right funding to help the business grow and thrive. Funding falls primarily into two categories: "debt financing" (getting a loan) and "equity financing" (selling a share of your business to investors). 

How COVID-19 is transforming the future of business

By The Skippr Team on 27 May 2020

With working from home the new normal, what does the future have in store for businesses? And is the forecast good, or bad?

Remote working has increased dramatically as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. With almost everyone who is able to do their job from home currently doing so, businesses have had to shake up their policies on working practices. It’s also looking like after the pandemic is over, these policy shifts will stick.

A comprehensive guide to equipment finance

By The Skippr Team on 12 May 2020

Your guide to the different forms of equipment finance and how they could benefit your business.

What is invoice discounting and how does it work?

By The Skippr Team on 16 April 2020

Understanding invoice discounting, how it differs from invoice factoring, and whether it’s right for your business.

Invoice discounting is a form of invoice finance. Invoice finance, also known as debtor finance or accounts receivable finance, is a common way for growing businesses to fund increasing working capital requirements, by unlocking the capital tied up in unpaid invoices.