SME funding

SME funding

Don't make these mistakes when you need funding..

7 Days

The average time businesses give themselves to find the finance they need

1 hour

The time spent researching to prepare for taking finance


Of businesses don’t produce regular management accounts

We have partnered with

Capitalise created a platform where businesses can find, compare and select the right lender in less than 3 minutes. Not only will you find lenders who specialise in your industry but you’ll also find lenders most likely to give you an offer.

How it works

Capitalise has established a marketplace where lenders, SMEs and their advisors can join forces in comparing and executing loans. Here’s how it works:

The different sources of capital available


  • Secured
  • Unsecured
  • Start up loans

Tax advisory

  • R&D tax claims
  • Capital advisory
  • HMRC time to pay


  • Grants
  • Patent box
  • IP


  • Debt recovery
  • Dispute resolution
  • Legal action

Let's explore the different opportunities to help your balance sheet

We work with High street banks, alternative lenders and finance specialists

So we can help you identify what type of finance is best for you


Access funding for the tools, equipment and machinery their businesses need. They can avoid upfront costs by either spreading the payments out over several months or simply by leasing the assets for as long as they need them


Many businesses need to wait for raised invoices to be paid. With invoice finance, your clients can access immediate funding by advancing a percentage of receivables


If your business takes regular payments through a card reader, then they may well be eligible for a merchant cash advance. They receive a lump sum, which is repaid each time they take a credit or debit card payment


Trade finance can help to fund your supply chain from start to finish by purchasing stock from suppliers on your behalf with loans secured against new purchase orders.


Working capital finance is a multipurpose business loan which can help you keep on top of everything from staff wages and stock purchase to utility bills and premises rental.


Whether a property developer, investor, or simply buying a new premises, these types of purchases are typically leveraged. Through Capitalise, you can access bridging loans and development and commercial finance

Try searching Capitalise now

Book a call with us to see how our funding service can help your business