An alternative SME finance provider which has assisted almost 10,000 companies across the UK has set its sights on driving more than £125m into the market.
Founded in 2008, Capify has helped businesses secure access to working capital in the form of merchant cash advances and alternative business loans.
As it celebrates ten years in operation, the company is lining itself up to support the expected festive spike in funding requests. It will also look to drive more than £125m into the UK economy over the coming years.
Founder, president and chief executive David Goldin believes Capify has ‘repositioned ourselves for growth’.
“We want to help more independent stores, SMEs and retailers to advance finance in a responsible way, in order to invest in their own futures, expand their businesses and capitalise on the opportunities they have,” he said.