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Financing unlike any other

Unsure what’s the best option for your business? Here’s an overview of other common financing alternatives, and how they compare to Treyd.
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Traditional bank loans

Bank loans are a great option for larger, established businesses. But banks tend to be less favourable to smaller or growing companies. Approval processes also tend to be lengthy and slow – so you’ll likely have to wait some weeks before hearing back. With Treyd, growing businesses have a better chance of being approved – and you can often get an answer within 24 hours. Please note you won’t get cash to spend as you wish though, as Treyd only covers your supplier invoices.

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Equity financing

Getting an injection of cash from investors might be a great proposition for your business – but with equity comes dilution. If you want to keep full ownership of your business, Treyd can be a simple way to get what you need, with a lot less compromise.

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Revenue-based financing

RBF is a great way to get growth capital without dilution, but the repayment terms can be quite aggressive, and with relatively high interest rates. With Treyd, prices are more transparent – and you can choose when you want to repay. We charge a flat fee on top of each financed invoice, which is clearly provided before you make an order.

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Personal funds

Not everyone has personal funds available for this to be an option – but even if it is, beware that this carries a lot of risk and uncertainty. With Treyd, you can get the boost you need to grow your business without tapping into your personal finances (or potentially even savings or emergency funds).

All within limits

Note that, unlike many of the options above, we only finance supplier invoices. If you’d like an indication of the credit limit we can offer your business, get in touch with our team.

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