Saturday August 8, 2020

Money grows on this tree

The duo behind Moneybush recognised that SMEs often just need cash for a short period of time, writes Elaine O'Regan.

8th June, 2014
The idea for Moneybush came from Ger Nunan's experiences as a small business owner. Picture: Thinkstock

The entrepreneurs behind a new working capital model for Ireland’s cash-strapped SMEs believe they have come up with a unique solution to some of the problems posed by limited cashflow.

Ger Nunan and John Whelan launched Moneybush.com just over a year ago to source investors to provide working capital for revenue-based business projects.

“People who have cash can invest in small businesses that need funding for a very short period of time...

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