Whether you voted in or out, are a Remainer or a Brexiteer, or frankly at this point feel past the point of caring, one thing that hopefully everyone can agree on is that after more than three years of uncertainty and indecision it’s time to get on with life.
After three extensions for actually leaving the EU following 2016’s referendum, and December’s General Election giving the Conservatives an overpowering majority in the Commons, the UK makes the break, today, January 31.
Even after that official exit, there are still a lot of talks to take place, including trying to sort out a trade deal, but now’s the time to get back to business.
A lot of companies have put their plans on hold, and shied away from investing in their businesses, but Credo Asset Finance is here to help them get back on track.
Marketing manager Fran Brown said: “Whatever your personal views, business will still carry on, and particularly for local companies servicing the local market it’s a great time to get things moving again.”
“If you want a new car, new van or other assets to drive your business forward, ask yourself why are you waiting? There is nothing to wait for now. Don’t let a competitor take your opportunities.”
As well as some fantastic finance deals currently, Credo also offers its own book lending from its own funds that has already helped hundreds of businesses purchase assets that other traditional lenders might avoid.
“All the talk about Brexit has caused a bit of a downturn in some sectors with many companies and individuals scared of investing in their businesses. It was uncertainty about whether it was happening or not.
“People tell us they felt they needed to be cautious, to hold on to their money in case they could not meet the extra demands on the business, which is understandable. But recently, as some of the uncertainty has started to dissipate, we’ve seen an upturn. The astute businesses have recognised their customers and their markets still need the same services they did yesterday, last month and last year, and there’s lots of opportunity for businesses to grow. We can help them to do so.”