SME's look to invest

Posted on 17 Mar 2015
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SMEs looking to spend £97,000 on business growth New research from Aldermore Bank indicates signs of recovery for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as they reveal plans to invest in their businesses in the next year, coinciding with the easing of lockdown restrictions. SMEs plan to spend an average of £97,000 to grow their business in 2021 and help kickstart their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the next 12 months, one in four (25%) SMEs will invest in their online presence, with one in five (21%) advancing their digital marketing. A further one in four (21%) will spend on new equipment and 20% will invest in their staff through training. “It’s encouraging to see that SMEs are investing in their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic”, said Tim Boag, group managing director, business finance at Aldermore. “Recent data reveals a vastly improved near term outlook for businesses, with the easing of restrictions. Confidence from SMEs is growing, and this is reflected in plans to invest in the growth of their businesses in order to recover effectively from the pandemic”.

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