In the start-up phase of a company, financing is an extremely important issue. As well as having sufficient seed funding, the liquidity of a start-up must be ensured from day one to facilitate long-term business operations. Start-ups often run into financial difficulties because their working capital is insufficient to cover the initial phase, which in turn leads to liquidity bottlenecks. In many cases, it is not low demand for products and services that causes problems for young businesses, but long payment terms on invoices for services they have already rendered. For start-ups, it is not easy to persuade banks to grant an overdraft facility to plug gaps in their finances because of the high risk involved.
With full-service factoring from A.B.S., start-ups benefit from precisely the right financing, which provides the liquidity they need alongside a range of additional services. The funds provided can be invested in new orders and further corporate development, helping the young company expand to competitive proportions.
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