• Advice on the types of funding and finance available for businesses
  • Specialist advice in alternative finance services, market opportunities and R&D tax credit relief
  • Guidance for traditional bank options and business funding sources

Key Areas of Expertise
Finance, loans, asset finance, bank finance, alternative finance, government finance schemes, R&D tax credits, investment, growth.

Background
Julie Skevington of Sincero has over 20 years of experience in Banking, Commercial Finance and Business Support and gained valuable knowledge and expertise while working for HSBC for over 15 years. She then moved on to become a Growth Manager on the Government backed Growth Accelerator programme.

Julie can explain the types of funding and finance available for businesses; specialising in the many alternative finance services and new to market opportunities on offer, as well as explaining more traditional Bank options.

Driven by a desire to help businesses develop and grow, Julie’s commitment is to source the very best funding and business support for whatever your business needs.


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