Your business plan outlines what your business does and what you are trying to achieve. It explains what the market opportunity is, what makes your business special and how you will make it a success.
Sustained international growth meant that Eland Cables needed a banking partner that they could work with in the long-term to provide support to match their business ambitions. HSBC’s global reach, trade expertise and their willingness to fully understand the business and its needs offered the relationship Eland Cables was looking for.
Year-on-year growth and securing private equity investment meant that Inspired Pet Nutrition was looking for a banking partner and cash management solution that could support its ambitious plans. HSBCnet provided the control and efficiency the business was looking for.
UK businesses are upbeat about 2019, despite the prospect of further political and economic uncertainty, and they will have a strongly supportive but inquisitive friend in HSBC UK, promises David Beaty, UK Head of Business Banking.
Brexit uncertainty may continue, but small business owners can face the new year with optimism, says Peter McIntyre, Head of UK Small Business Banking at HSBC.
If you are considering making your business more environmentally responsible, a variety of grants, loans and government-sponsored initiatives can help you. The support on offer can range from funding towards new energy-efficient equipment to free business advice and awards that you can use to boost your marketing efforts.
Financing is a priority for almost every community organisation. The more money you can raise, the more you can achieve - but competition is fierce for the limited amounts of funding that are available.
If you’re considering selling your business, you need to arrive at a fair value. Here are all the factors you should take into account.