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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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Late Payments – The forecast looks bleak for 2020

Late Payments – The forecast looks bleak for 2020

Late Payments 2019 proved to be a difficult year on many fronts for businesses. Uncertainty surrounding the outcome of Brexit, changes in leadership, the 3rd general election in 4 years, a contraction in manufacturing and housing growth and the collapse of another large, high profile company, Thomas Cook, all made for a turbulent year. One […]

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Going greener in 2020

Going greener in 2020

With businesses across the UK seeking to reduce their impact on the environment due to the current climate crisis, we look at the cost of really going green for SMEs in 2020. Businesses are one of the largest consumers of resources, and with severe weather across the globe and greater public awareness of climate change, […]

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2019 – Why so many businesses failed

2019 – Why so many businesses failed

2019 proved to be a tough year for many businesses, with research showing that the combined turnover of companies that went bust was around 1.2billion. With firms going under, this left many subcontractors and suppliers with huge losses unlikely to be recovered, leading to potentially even more businesses failing. So why did so many businesses […]

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Late payments and their effect on mental health

Late payments and their effect on mental health

Recent research conducted by Pay.UK has revealed that more than a quarter of SME business owners are stressed about late payments even when they are not in the office. A staggering two thirds (66%) have reported that late payments make running their business less enjoyable, and around 10% have needed professional support and counselling to […]

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Toughest challenges for new businesses

Toughest challenges for new businesses

Starting a new business can be both exciting and scary; it’s a huge achievement to get a business off the ground but can be difficult to maintain. Every business will face hardships and struggles no matter the size of the organisation, and here we look at some of the toughest challenges for new businesses to […]

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