Great to see us in the Sunday Times this weekend – in case you missed you can see full article here (paywall)
July 2015 ended with a bang at MarketInvoice as we hit our all-time monthly funding record at £29m – that’s more than £1mn per working day! We’re seeing more new … Continue Reading MarketInvoice & KPMG
I get a lot of event invites and I find it really tricky knowing which ones to go to. Some events are great for creating new business leads, some are … Continue Reading TechFoundersLondon: Entrepreneurs Anonymous
I really enjoyed talking with Mike Baliman about all things fintech and the story behind MarketInvoice. His podcast is a great source of fintech knowledge and debate, it’s great to … Continue Reading London Fintech Podcast
Yesterday I was in Newcastle at the large and impressive Sage offices. I was there to celebrate the partnership we announced earlier this week. We’re really excited to be working with … Continue Reading MarketInvoice and Sage – powering great UK businesses
Financial News is doing a great job of covering fintech these days, so I’m pretty proud to be on their list of top 40 people in the industry for 2015. … Continue Reading The Fintech 40
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Valuation can be a bit of a vanity number, but it’s great to be listed with these great businesses. Check out Business Insider’s predictions on the next UK fintech … Continue Reading MI listed as one of the UK’s hottest fintech companies
A big MarketInvoice milestone! We've reached £400m in lending, read about it in the Mail on Sunday.
A video about our work with Fishrod – a cool UK tech company – is featured in the Sunday Times, check out the video [paywall].
I wrote a piece for City AM. Some thoughts on whether the new business secretary's plans for reducing late payment will work... Read it here.
I wrote a piece for the Indy explaining how I’d help small businesses if were PM, let me know what you think Read it here
Peer-to-peer lending is now ten years old, with the first ever peer-to-peer finance platform Zopa, celebrating a decade in business this month. That decade has seen a dramatic change in … Continue Reading Ten years on, is banking headed to the crowd?