Bruce Patten is the Head of Growth at NZFSG and has been in close contact with Spotcap to offer his business clients a smarter finance solution.
Bruce was first attracted to the broking industry through the idea of being the master of his own destiny. Seeing clients achieve their goals has been his passion for the past 16 years.
Central to Bruce’s commitment to his clients is staying in touch with the market. In Bruce’s words: “You owe it to your clients to know all the finance options available: It’s really important for brokers to know their market and different products available within it, so they can be a trusted adviser to their clients.”
There has been increasing demand from clients who often need convenient solutions and quick turn around times for unexpected needs and growth opportunities.
That’s why Bruce believes a Spotcap business loan is an ideal source of growth capital for his clients: “Clients often need cash flow especially when growing, this is a great way to make that happen in a fast and cost-effective way,” said Bruce.
During these fast-paced, exciting times, businesses don’t need the hassle of finding finance weighing them down. Spotcap empowers Kiwi business with smart and simple business loans, so that they have more time to focus on what really matters – growing their business.
Beyond the benefits to your cashflow, Spotcap provides a simple and seamless application process for brokers and their clients. Bruce said: “The team is great to deal with and the process and systems are state of the art, making the approval process really quick. Spotcap are quick with answers and make it easy to do business with. Their turnaround times are always within our expectations.”
Small to medium enterprises represent 97% of businesses in New Zealand, making it an area for great potential and opportunity. As a result, brokers are diversifying their suite of services to the SME space more than ever before.
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Originally published November 8 2018 , updated January 5 2020