Inventory Finance

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Never run out of stock again! Let us fund your fast-selling items and maximise your online sales.

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Why Inventory Finance is good for you:

Easy To Access

Unlike traditional loans, there are no fixed payments or repayment structures. Because we focus on repayment ability, and not security assets, smaller and younger businesses who do not yet have assets to secure the facility can still access our services.

Low Risk + Flexible

We work on a pay-as-you-go basis meaning that there are no fixed payment terms and your cash inflows and outflows are matched. You only pay for the stock when you actually sell it, so you won't be out of pocket.

Free Up Cash

We help you free up cash by purchasing stock for you that you would traditionally purchase yourself. If you have already bought stock, we will buy it from you so your inventory is turned into cash. This freed up cash can be put towards growing and improving your business.

How it works:


We identify your stock

We find the fast-selling products and their optimal inventory holding, and buy the relevant stock for you.

You sell more stock

You grow your business with the free cash that would have been tied up in stock, and only pay us when you have sold the stock.

Your business SkyRockets

You have enough stock to supply the demand, so you never miss a sale, maximise your revenue, and take your business to new heights.

It's right for you if...

Your products are fast-moving and sold on an online marketplace.

Your monthly turnover is between R250k and R1.5m.

You have high profit margins of above 30%.

You have a 12 month track record.

You can show 6 months of sales data from online platforms.

You already have stock on hand.

You want to free up cash for a 3 to 6 month period.

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Still have questions?

Find answers to frequently asked questions below, or get in touch if you have a new question!

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