• B2B Buy Now Pay Later / Digital Payment / BNPL Payment
    The B2B Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) market has grown phenomenally in the last two years, especially since the time of the pandemic. With more and more people opting to shop online, and with digital payment options increasing steadily, BNPL became one of the most sought-after payment mechanisms. The BNPL payment method is expected to grow to about 9% in 2024, while it was only 3% in 2020.
  • Vendor Finance / Financial Management
    All companies, even the large ones, time to time need financial backing and they turn to various lending platforms to get funds for their operations, expansions and more. It may not be possible for these companies to approach traditional financial institutions like banks, every time they need a loan. This is because they may not have the necessary collateral proceed with this process, or they may already have existing debt which makes it difficult to avail of further loan. Also, new companies may not have a strong credit history. This also makes it challenging for them to get bank loans. This is where vendor finance comes into play. Vendor finance is a good option for all companies, especially the large ones, that are looking for quick, short-term financing arrangements.
  • Business to business financing is simply the finances available to the companies that work primarily with other companies. Traditionally banks dominated such finances, but recent rise in fintech sector, have made finances more accessible in the b2b market, these fintechs have made the process involved much simpler and any b2b business can take advantage.
  • This might affect its cash flow status. As a result, small business owners may not have immediate cash to buy raw materials in bulk, pay salaries and take care of other maintenance costs. In these cases, invoice factoring is a good option for them. Keep reading to learn more about what is invoice factoring and how it can help small and medium businesses. What is Invoice Factoring? This is a process where a factoring company (also known as a factor) buys unpaid invoices from the business owners in return for an immediate advance to them.
  • Festive seasons bring a lot of joy and cheer, but that’s not all about them. They also bring multiple opportunities for consumer brands to make profits. The demand for products increases multifold during important festivals in India like Diwali, Navratri, Holi and more. Manufacturers need to produce goods at a rapid pace to meet this increasing demand. They have to be equipped to meet the increased orders from customers. What makes them well-equipped to face the festive season with confidence?