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Securing Business Finance As Easy As Going Online

11 may 2006

Securing Business Finance Is As Easy As Going Online!

The recent launch of the BizFinance, an online business finance service site, has proved a huge hit for small and medium business ventures. The new website is an easy-to-use tool towards securing business finance. The system information and advice is sound, confidential and helps buyers access the most competitive interest rate and terms available on the market.

The new website is an initiative of two industry specialists, and Financial Service Providers. are online business-for-sale specialists. Their role, at the spearhead of the business-for-sale market, places them in a unique position to provide specialist industry knowledge and tools, with regularly updated information and advice online, on all aspects of business ownership.

“There are a huge number of companies online offering finance but very few provide sound advice and resources for business buyers. Together with Financial Service Providers expertise in business finance and our knowledge and experience in providing online service to business buyers and sellers, this service covers an important step in the process,” says Richard O’Brien, director of

Financial Service Providers bring over 20 years of experience in business and franchise financing. “There is a wealth of information out there and deals that fall over when they shouldn’t. The key to securing business finance is to get organised, provide the necessary information, valuations, evidence of assets and your ability to repay debt,” says Financial Service Providers director, David Weusten.

By going online to you can access specific information on how business finance can be accessed quickly and efficiently. The site is an easy and convenient means of sourcing business finance, while you maintain control. Information and tools are provided so you can secure the best possible deal on finance, minimising costs and bank fees.


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