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Giving your business’s future a fighting chance

In the current market, it’s essential to conserve cash for core activities during the lockdown. Potential ways to achieve this are reducing non-essential operational expenses and by utilising financial aids. Apart from saving money by reducing expenses, there is another answer: injecting cash into your business.

Looking beyond the lockdown

It’s clear that the COVID-19 crisis is creating tough times for businesses all around the world. Post the current pandemic, most businesses would have lost two or three months’ worth of revenue – which will be exponentially harder to recover from as the world resurfaces from the effects of economic lockdowns.

Five practical business steps to navigate through the pandemic

Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s recent announcement that the lockdown would not end on 30 April, many South Africans are feeling anxious as no-one knows exactly what the coming months may hold for our country.

The importance of conserving cash

In the current market, it is important to conserve cash for core activities and operational requirements. If you have traditionally paid cash for your IT and other business assets, consider our Sale & Rent Back facilities to ease your cashflow burden and assist your business in both the short and long term.