Funding for your marketing budget, wired straight to your bank account

VC-style financing for your inventory & online marketing spend.
Borrow based on your revenue.
Make flexible repayments in line with your sales growth, not your profits.

 

Borrow up to £250,000 for up to 12 months to help your cashflows as you grow.
We fund UK based eCommerce, Saas, Subscription, and Marketplace businesses, and B2B with online sales.

 

Fuel your marketing. Fuel your growth.

If sales slow down, so do repayments
Borrow from 3-12 months. £20k-£250k
Flexible repayments
Borrow 1.5x your revenue
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Pre-Application Checklist

WiredFund looks at your monthly revenues and not your profits, setting minimal conditions. Only your performance over the last six months is important.

 

We decide a loan offer based on your monthly cash-flow for the past 6 months, with an option of flexible repayments or a daily direct debit.

Try our Quick Application or contact us to discuss your funding needs.

Operating for at least 6 months
Revenues at least £20k per month
eCommerce or Digital businesses
UK Business Bank Account
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A loan to suit you
Apply in minutes

You want to get on with business. We understand that. And that’s why our application takes 10 minutes from start to finish.

 

We’re designed with growing businesses in mind, so we’ll just need the basics about your business to make a decision.

Simple repayments

Predictable cashflow is important to any business, especially SME’s.

 

You want straightforward growth-funding with a venture capital mindset. Repayments are matched with your monthly revenues so you don’t need to budget for large interest bills in lean months.

No hidden charges

No one likes fees, which is why our funding is simply a fixed cost that you repay as your sales increase.

 
No need to be confused because.. it’s not confusing. You’ll be quoted a single rate and offered flexible repayments for the life of the loan