Tennis was once upon a time one of life’s trivial pursuits in which it was never quite possible to gain enough distance; many of us winced (depending on how old you are) for instance, at the latter years of players such as Tim Henman.
Henman, was the first male player from the United Kingdom since Roger Taylor in the 1970s to reach the semi-finals of the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Championship. However, Henman never reached the finals of any Grand Slams. I’m sure our man Timmy will certainly admit from a British Tennis perspective, that Wimbledon has always been the crowning glory of any tennis player.
Step forward Andy Murray – the poster boy of British tennis was about to take centre stage. The Scot has so far won two Wimbledon titles, but pulled out of this year’s tournament to the disappointment of tennis fans across the country.
Nonetheless, the 2018 Men’s edition of Wimbledon saw the game’s stars descend onto the halo turf of Wimbledon. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal came and went, but Novak Djokovic eventually ruled supreme, winning his fourth title beating Kevin Anderson.
While many witnessed Djokovic lift the trophy aloft and others feeling the disappointment of not seeing Murray represent Great Britain once again, the real winner was the competition itself – especially with their undoubted customer experience Wimbledon continues to possess!
Technology, customer demands/hospitality, and the way the game is played; the foundation of the event is always a constant, despite the hefty prices people still turn out in their thousands every year to the tennis sanctuary of Wimbledon.
With this in mind, it’s about giving customers what they want from a business. While Wimbledon can afford to put on Tennis’s greatest show, how do you manage your events or important company necessities?
Alternative finance could hold the key to funding and expanding your business. For many small business owners, access to large funds from traditional lenders can be somewhat restricted for future planning. Is your business one in three that have reported difficulties in securing business loans?
The alternative funding approach is proving particularly popular with startups. Businesses under five years old are as likely to select alternative finance methods to secure capital as approaching banks. This is key for direct investment in businesses, including stock purchase, expansion & refurbishment funds and equipment purchases – not only that, alternative funding is potentially accessible at a faster rate than your traditional loans.
Much like a game of tennis, you need to plan the approach and beat your competitor. Often in the small/medium business world, the alternative funding option is a viable route that potentially carries success.
As such, Aurora Capital are funding consultants, assisting UK businesses raise the necessary capital they require to facilitate future plans in the company. We have access to 15+ different lenders in a range of different lending markets, enabling us to source the most competitive solutions for your business. Not only will we strive to source the most competitive offers, but we can advise you on the best product for your business moving forward.
Enhancing this opportunity, enables us to prioritise education and collaboration to successfully secure the livelihoods of small UK businesses, which in turn can see you claim your own glory moment. Think of it like this, we’re the tennis coach that can help you improve your swing into whatever direction you want to go in for your business future.
If you would like to get in touch and find out more information on alternative funding, please call the team on 01371 870 815 or email email@example.com– we’re more than happy to help!