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From crisis management to recovery phase

From crisis management to recovery phase

The coming few weeks will see the biggest tests so far in the drive to get the country and the economy moving again. From August 1st the government will begin to scale back the furlough scheme which has been the biggest single economic intervention of the crisis and has so far benefited over 9 million jobs. Moving forward businesses will be asked to contribute some of their own money to keep staff on furlough and funds will be completely removed by October in order to encourage everyone back into work.

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Economic recovery could take until 2024

Economic recovery could take until 2024

Streamlining efficiency and workflow will be crucial in the coming months. If your business spends time and allocates staff to chase overdue invoices, or as a business owner, you spend time worrying about how to recover money you are owed by clients, then it may be time to streamline your operation.

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Chancellor Announces ‘No New Schemes’

Chancellor Announces ‘No New Schemes’

Now, more than ever, businesses should be looking at where they can be more efficient. Where can time and effort be saved, and productivity increased? It is crucial that businesses build up their cash flow to ensure stability in the coming months.
One area that many businesses struggle with is ensuring they are paid on time for their work or goods provided. This can have a detrimental effect on the business and leave it unable to accurately forecast cash flow, plan for the future, explore new markets or invest to scale up their current offer.

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How do I chase debt in such a sensitive time?

How do I chase debt in such a sensitive time?

With the announcement that pubs, restaurants, hotels, museums, hairdressers, and a raft of other places have reopened on July 4th, it is starting to feel like the country is moving closer to normality, albeit with restrictions still in place. This is welcome news from the government and means that businesses in these sectors now have […]

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SMEs feeling the brunt of the lockdown pain says survey from ITC

SMEs feeling the brunt of the lockdown pain says survey from ITC

Many companies are looking at ways to survive that include streamlining their operation in order to become more profitable and agile. Ensuring that the business stays competitive and has adequate cash flow is key to coming through the crisis. The lockdown has given some business owners the opportunity to look at how their operations have been running and to see where they could make time and efficiency savings.

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Roadmap to Recovery for construction

Roadmap to Recovery for construction

As we start to emerge from the lockdown and some sectors are back at work, the CLC has unveiled the Roadmap to Recovery plan for the construction industry, detailing how the industry needs to work over the next 2 years in order to recover. Daniels Silverman is a family owned firm that is entering its 25th year of operating successfully in the credit management and collection sector. We work in partnership with our clients, getting to know them and their customer relationships. We operate ethically and our professional debt collection team confidently provides bespoke debt recovery solutions for our clients, no matter how big or small. That is just one reason why we are regarded as one of the top debt collection and credit management companies in the UK.

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Is COVID-19 causing a cash flow crisis for your business?

Is COVID-19 causing a cash flow crisis for your business?

Whether it is debt recovery or our white label credit control service, our aim is to empower
your customers to repay the money owed to you. We promise firm but friendly
communications that ensure your reputation is maintained, enabling you to preserve the
working relationships you currently enjoy.

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Debt Collection in Unprecedented Times

Debt Collection in Unprecedented Times

Today companies are facing an unprecedented situation. Many businesses are unable to trade, some have had to alter the way they trade, and most staff have had to relocate and are now working from home. While the government has offered a £330 billion loan package to help businesses through this time, this may not be […]

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