Supply chain


SMEs will bear brunt of supply chain crisis until 2023

Small businesses will have to cope with supply chain problems, worker shortages and rising inflation until at least 2023, MPs are told

Export & Import

How to minimise gaps in your supply chain post Brexit

5 tips to ensure stock from European suppliers continues to flow as uninterrupted as possible now that Britain has left the EU

Business management

Small businesses and their role in efficient supply chains – Q&A with Logmore CEO Janne Juhala

Logmore CEO, Janne Juhala, answers key questions about small businesses and how they can handle ever-changing supply chains

Export & Import

Supply chain friction costs businesses 6,500 hours a year

New study reveals UK businesses are wasting time and money handling the payment process through supply chain friction.


Are EU supply chains strong enough to support SME confidence?

SMEs still confident in growth despite Brexit but supply chains are not strong enough to support them through the next few years.


Concern raised over supply chain bullying of small businesses

Small businesses are being subjected to a 'serious deterioration of payment practices', putting their cash flow under threat, according to a prominent lobbying group. 

Masterclass Series

Open Banking

Simon Cureton, CEO of Funding Options, explores the benefits of Open Banking for small and medium-sized businesses

Partner content

PayFit raises €254M to continue transforming in-house payroll for SMEs

Now valued at €1.82B, PayFit aims to strengthen its position in its current markets

Masterclass Series

Green finance

Simon Cureton, CEO of Funding Options, walks us through the 'green boom' in eco-friendly businesses along the growth of green finance

Masterclass Series

The funding landscape

This article from Tracc looks at the changing funding landscape and how business owners can improve their chance to secure funding themselves