We’re excited to announce that Previse was named as Payment Tech of the Year at the UK FinTech Awards 2021 last night.
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Paul Christensen, CEO of Previse reflects on a tough 2020 and looks ahead to 2021.
2020 has been a hard year for British businesses, from the UK’s smallest suppliers to its most powerful retailers, none have been infallible to the impact of Coronavirus.
Arcadia’s collapse into administration highlights just how precarious the UK’s market is. The demise of Philip Green’s retail empire, and the fire sale of Debenhams, demonstrates that now is not the time to carry on business as usual – it is the time for renewal.
Previse has been awarded a £2.5m grant by the Banking Competition Remedies’ Capability and Innovation Fund.
The money, which will be used to fund further development of Previse’s industry leading instant payments solution, was won after a competitive application process that saw £20m dispersed to 6 companies, as part of the BCR’s mission to facilitate the commercialisation of financial technology relevant to SMEs.
Previse selected to join Mastercard’s Start Path program to support the fintech’s growing presence in payments
It’s many entrepreneurs’ dream; that first big contract from a retailer which launches your start-up brand onto the national stage. It should be time to celebrate your success, but for many small firms this is the start of a new financial nightmare. To support these independent suppliers realise their potential, retailers need to become more flexible about their payment terms.
For more than a decade large firms have been able to support their suppliers with a range of supply chain finance (SCF) options. Yet, uptake of these programmes by SME suppliers has remained limited