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Suppliers get a cheap, flexible new source of working capital, we all get that, but what is in it for you?

Unlock the benefits of Supplier Finance for your supply chain

Flexible, innovative supply chain finance for mid-tier companies.

Find out how Tradebridge Supplier Finance works

So how do you take your business forward when the cash you need is tied up in unpaid invoices?

Find out how to unlock the cash in your supply chain

‘Supply Chain Finance Unlocked’

Supplier submits invoice

Submit your invoices as usual; there is no extra ‘rekeying’ with TradeBridge Supplier Finance

Buyer Processes invoice

Process and approve the supplier invoice in your existing system. Electronic or manual, we fit to your process

Supplier requests early payment

Check out your invoice status on-line. Request early payment, when you want it and pay ONLY for the funds you use

We think there are 3 reasons to talk to us...

#1

Funding

Bank Funding comes with bank strings attached, which is why until now Supply Chain Finance has been restricted to the likes of Rolls Royce.

Having our own funding makes Tradebridge unique amongst SCF providers.

We are ready, willing and able to fund programs NOW!

#2

Innovation

The key to our success is developing innovative supplier finance programs that offer both suppliers and buyers a tangible benefit.

With our industry expertise, we can deliver programs that will work for YOUR business.

#3

Speed

Fully funded programs operational in weeks, not months and years.

What are you waiting for?

”Woodsford Tradebridge work with well-run mid-tier companies to provide great supplier early payment programs. Our programs not only provide a much needed new source of funding for suppliers (especially SME’s), they deliver a range of tangible benefits to our buyers.”

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Tools for Disrupters

10/08/2013 - 12:02

So much of the press around supply chain finance recently has focussed on the rights and wrongs of powerful buyers using Supply Chain Finance to soften the blow of a forced extension to their payment terms and it got us wondering where this notion...