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Liquidity Club announce partnership with SME training specialists

Commercial Director Liquidity Club, Adam Simpson

Liquidity Club are delighted to announce their partnership with recently launched SME training specialists IMPROVE to enhance the training resources available on business finance.

With SMEs currently accounting for 99.9% of the business population in the UK (5.9 million businesses)* it is crucial to support their growth and innovation. Liquidity Club understand training and development is a critical area contributing to competitive advantage and long-term resilience and have teamed up with IMPROVE to create a series of easy to use training course videos on business finance. Access to finance is vital for economic growth but many SMEs continue to struggle with how to approach this and what options are available. The training videos offer impartial guidance and essential tips on how to approach finance.

Launched by Steve Walker in November 2019, IMPROVE work with SMEs across the UK to provide over 40 online training courses covering a wide range of topics, from fire safety and manual handling to GDPR and time management for a low monthly cost.

Commercial Director Liquidity Club, Adam Simpson, said: “As a consultative cashflow broker, we have worked with lots of businesses, across dozens of industries at various stages within their lifecycle. On numerous occasions we have seen businesses that are keen to upskill their workforce but haven’t had a member of the team covering HR, or the budget to bring a trainer into the business for several days. Therefore, when we became aware of IMPROVE, we instantly understood the demand for their services. We are delighted to work together on the business finance side and use our expertise to provide our insight, tips and simple guides on the minefield of business finance. With so many options available it is important for SMEs to understand what solutions will best suit their business.”

IMPROVE CEO Steve Walker had this to say about the Partnership: “We are delighted to have launched IMPROVE and to be working alongside Adam and the team at Liquidity Club in delivering high quality, convenient education to UK SMEs.

IMPROVE aims to disrupt the training marketplace by giving owners of small and medium sized businesses the access to a suite of online course, especially tailored to help empower, develop, keep staff compliant and within budget. With our new partners Liquidity Club now involved, we will be able to extend this educational resource to cover the complex and often misunderstood topic of business finance.”