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In Focus: What’s driving SME credit?

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In this month’s episode, partnered by Prospa, we are looking at the key forces driving SME credit and how brokers can help the engine room of the economy keep turning.

Partnered by Prospa

With small-business confidence rising as the economy emerges from a recession and ramps up for the busy summer period, ensuring SMEs can access the finance they need over the summer holidays – and beyond – is key. In this episode of In Focus, partnered by Prospa, we talk to Prospa’s co-founder and chief revenue officer, Beau Bertoli, to find out:

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  • The key forces at work driving SME credit
  • The different types of credit available that could help them grow
  • What 2021 could look like for SMEs

And much more!

  

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