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SME lender announces new BDM appointments

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Fintech SME lender The Invoice Market has hired three new state business development managers.

The Invoice Market (tim.) has appointed Dean Martin as BDM Queensland, Rachael Burling as BDM New South Wales and Elias Abboud as BDM Victoria.

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The three new tim. business development managers have extensive experience in the debtor funding, equipment finance and recruitment industries.

Mr Martin was formerly national sales manager at Cashflow Finance Australia and was reportedly one of the “driving forces” behind its sustained growth and eventual sale to the CML Group. He had also worked as a BDM for Benchmark Debtor Finance.

Ms Burling was previously a trade and debtor finance specialist as a BDM for NSW/QLD at Thorn Group Limited. She has also formerly worked as a BDM for Cashflow Finance.

Mr Abboud is an experienced account management executive in the equipment finance industry, having spent the past 10 years as a senior BDM in the industry, most recently with GoGetta Equipment Funding.

The new BDMs will help the brand connect with prospective tim. clients across the country and “continue its mission of supporting Australian SMEs by bringing businesses quick and flexible cash flow to drive growth”.

“We’re excited to welcome an impressive group of new BDMs to our rapidly growing team,” said Angus Sedgwick, CEO of tim.

“tim. has quickly become a trusted growth partner for our clients right across Australia, and we are now moving into an exciting time in our short history. Attracting great talent will be key to our continued success.”

The announcement of tim.’s new BDMs follows confirmation that the fintech company has helped fund over $310 million for Australian businesses.

Since starting over four years ago, tim. funding for Australian SMEs has been made up of over 18,000 invoices and continues to grow.

[Related: Fintech lender provides over $300m in SME funding]

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