Small business loans for exporters

Exporting can be an excellent opportunity for small businesses, but it requires time and investment. You may need to invest in more materials, hire more staff, or pay for shipping to reach these markets.

Cash flow can be seriously affected if your business has to use its funds to pay for these expenses. What are your options if your bank cannot help you bridge a cash-flow gap?

At Export Finance Australia, our job is to ensure businesses that are ready to take on the world can access the finance they need to grow. Our Small Business Export Loan is designed for small businesses that are exporting goods and services or are part of an international supply chain.

Please find out more about the purpose and the way it works.

Our Small Business Export Loan is available to all businesses.

Small Business Export Loans are designed for Australian companies that need a loan of between $20,000 and $350,000 in order to meet an export-related requirement. This could be used to cover the cash flow between the time of producing goods and receiving payment or to create an ecommerce website to sell to international customers.

We provided a Small Business Export Loan for Turbid and Bretty to assist with the cash flow during the long working capital cycles in the wine export industry. The company was developing new vineyard assets at that time and needed funding while they waited to be paid by international customers.

Our Small Business Export Loan is designed to help businesses expand their operations. It could be for the building of online stores, marketing, or setting up an office or warehouse in another country.

We provided a Small Business Export Loan to YBell Fitness to fulfill a US contract. This loan also helped the business launch its e-commerce website.

What is our loan?

Our Small Business Export Loan is unsecured and can be used to help your business with a variety of export-related transactions. This includes:

  • Contracts and Purchase Orders with International Buyers and Australian Exporters
  • Export market development costs for promoting your goods and services
  • Equipment finance is used to buy equipment or plants to increase export production.
  • Tourism services for international tourists
  • Setting up an online store to expand your global clientele
  • General working capital for other export-related activities.

A Small Business Export Loan was provided to the boat-building company Marine Engineering Consultants to allow them to retain their staff in order to fulfill a $7,4 million contract with a Fijian Cruise Operator to provide two passenger catamarans. A long timeline for the project meant that there was a significant period between the manufacture of the vessel and its payment.

A Small Business Export Loan has another feature: a business does not need to put up property as security in order to qualify. We focus instead on your business’s ability to service the loan.

The education provider Intersection could not get financing to invest in new product development because it lacked the assets to secure a loan. Small Business Export Loans were provided to the company to develop their product and expand globally. It was able to grow quickly.

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