Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Time Finance drives business growth in the East Midlands with new business development manager

Time Finance has appointed Ewan Clarke as business development manager in their Invoice Finance team to drive business growth in the East Midlands.

Ewan joins Time Finance with a background in corporate insolvency and alternative finance, having spent the last 8 years supporting businesses through recovery and turnaround plans as well as helping them to seek finance solutions for growth.

In his new position, Ewan will be responsible for maintaining strong relationships with his introducer network in the East Midlands region whilst generating awareness of the Invoice Finance solutions available to business owners through Time Finance.

Speaking of his appointment, Ewan said: “Having worked closely with businesses of all shapes, sizes, and sectors across the East Midlands over the last decade, I know just how many opportunities there are to help firms in this region.

“On top of this, the challenges the SME market currently faces leaves many in need of supportive solutions that can help them to overcome cashflow issues, supply chain disruption and rising costs as well as take advantage of opportunities that arise.

“I’m looking forward to using my skills and experience to help create the best solutions for our clients and their introducers, as well as to help bolster our support offering in this area.”

Adrian Payne, head of sales at Time Finance, added: “We’re delighted to have secured Ewan into our team. His experience and can-do attitude will make him a great addition and only further strengthen our national sales presence.

“Ewan’s appointment comes at a crucial time whereby current economic challenges leave many firms held back and in need of financial support. Our relationship-driven approach and passion to help more businesses across the UK to gain access to the funding they need to bring their plans to life means we’re in an ideal position to support them during this time.”

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