Roberto Sanz, National Sales Manager at Prospa, joins Annie Kane on the latest episode of The Adviser’s In Focus podcast.
Prospa’s Chief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder, Beau Bertoli recently spoke 2GB Money News on the importance of sustainable growth for small businesses, scaling up and responsible risk.
Research shows the majority of business owners are anticipating growth this year despite the tougher economic climate.
Prospa today announced more than $3 billion in lending to small businesses to date, a major milestone that highlights the extensive growth of the company.
Aussie small businesses confident about the future with 81% forecasting growth in next 12 months, despite changing conditions.
Australian small businesses have expressed the importance of flexible loan repayments.
Australia’s reopening is leading to a surge of credit demand, with more than one in three small businesses.
Record results driven by strong sales efforts capitalising on continued economic recovery, prudent expense management and ongoing investment into technology.
Prospa (ASX: PGL) (“Prospa” or “Company” or “Group”) will today hold its Investor Day, during which the Company will announce its plans to launch the nation’s first All-in-One business account to grow its online lending platform for small businesses. Prospa’s strategy for its next phase of growth includes introducing a range of new and exciting
Prospa is pleased to announce it has delivered over $2 billion in lending to date through its financial technology platform supporting growth in the small business economy in Australia and New Zealand.
A study of over 500 SMEs, conducted by research company RFi Group in December 2020, has revealed that the majority (60%) of small business owners in Australia who experienced negative impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic expect to recover within the next 12 months.
New research reveals the significant economic impact of Prospa lending to small business in Australia