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CreditEnable and CEO, Nadia Sood, are featured in Forbes.

The full feature article includes highlights about Nadia Sood CreditEnable's 'Changemakers Programme', an initiative launched in conjunction with the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) the world's largest SME association representing 70 million SMEs to help SMEs access affordable debt.
Please click here to read the full press release.

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BORROWERS

CreditEnable's SME focused solutions help SMEs to understand the type of capital required at different points in the business cycle, to benchmark against peers and to understand strengths and weaknesses in business models.

Loan Eligibility Assessment

Our credit profile tool makes it easy for borrowers to understand and improve their ability to secure affordable debt.


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SME Borrower Hub

Our SME Borrower tools include a Knowledge Hub that provides borrowers with tips on how to improve their attractiveness as a loan candidate.

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Debt Versus Equity Financing - The Pros and Cons

When looking to secure more funding as your business grows, the debate between taking on debt or giving away equity comes up again and again. It's crucial to understand the pros and cons of both options before deciding which option is best for your company.

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Creating a Healthy Financial History at Each Stage of Your Business

At every stage of your business's growth, having an organised and transparent financial history is essential when trying to securing external funding. Banks will want to see consistency across your finances, so it's important to get in to good habits, no matter how big or small...

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Tips for Improving Your Attractiveness to Lenders

Once you have identified the type of lending your business needs, it's time to apply for it. This can be a stressful process, but it doesn't need to be. Here are our top tips to making your business more attractive to lenders.

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A Guide to Business Loan Options

Lending is an essential part of growing any business. Whether you are starting a new venture or looking to expand your client offering, sometime an injection of cash is needed to take your company to the next level. However, with so many different options, it can sometimes be an overwhelming process. Here's our guide to some of the most common forms of lending.

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Cs of Credit: Why they are 'critical' for your business

It is essential for you, as a small business owner, to know the main factors a lender focuses on while gauging a company's creditworthiness. Once a lender feels that you have a robust business plan and a strong record of business performance, they will move on to evaluating other equally imperative parameters which are explained as the 5C's of Credit.

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NBFCs Vs. Banks

Banks have been the common financial institutions around the globe. But there are also non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) that carry out lending and other financial activities. Though there are a similarities between the two, they also vary in many aspects.

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Secured Vs Unsecured Loans
Don't apply until you know the difference!

As a small business owner, it is important to know which type of loan to apply for at different stages of your business. It is therefore essential to know the difference between secured and unsecured loans.

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5 Accounting Tips Every Small Business Owner Should Know

An accounting expert or software can help a small business owner be more efficient while managing during day to day operations, have a clear understanding of the financial health of their company and can advise on ways to budget their expenses.

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How to motivate your employees in the workplace

It's a known fact that an engaged and inspired workforce is much more productive than a demotivated, dispirited group of employees. When your employees feel motivated, appreciated and celebrated - the overall company benefits as the quality of work produced is significantly higher, and they are determined to work even harder as they can see what their contributions mean to the direct success of the company.

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