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CreditorWatch Blog

Omicron compounds the Great Supply Chain disruption

Omicron compounds the Great Supply Chain disruption

Reading Time: 2 minutes SYDNEY, 30 November 2021 – CreditorWatch, the Australian digital credit reporting agency, has laid out how Australian SMEs can navigate the great supply chain disruption and associated risks as the Omicron variant overshadows confidence in the economy’s reopening, during a data-rich panel discussion with leading supply chain fintech Earlytrade earlier today. Following two years of […]

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Navigating The Great Supply Chain Disruption – Risks for Australian business leaders

Navigating The Great Supply Chain Disruption – Risks for Australian business leaders

Reading Time: 5 minutes What risks do Australian business leaders face as east coast lockdowns ease? Sam MacPherson, Head of Treasury at Earlytrade, uses proprietary data from Australia’s largest working capital marketplace to support finance and procurement professionals preparing for the economy’s reopening. Events that have caused global supply chains to be pushed to the brink have been well […]

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What are personal guarantees and why are they important for your business?

What are personal guarantees and why are they important for your business?

Reading Time: 5 minutes By Prue Greenfield, Principal Lawyer, Macpherson Kelley These documents are useful for supplementing credit agreements but it is crucial that they are set up properly. A personal guarantee is a promise made by a guarantor that they will personally meet the obligations of another person or company if that person or company defaults to the creditor under the original, or primary, agreement. In […]

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Start Your Business on the Right Foot: Good Credit Practices for New and Nano Businesses

Start Your Business on the Right Foot: Good Credit Practices for New and Nano Businesses

Reading Time: 4 minutes By Angela McDonald, Founder & Managing Director of Optimum Recoveries If there was ever a time to start your own small or nano business, it’s now. Australian Bureau of Statistics’ figures show there has been a 3.8 per cent rise in the number of businesses formed in the year to 30 June 2021. With the pressures of […]

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