✔ Proven Model
✔ Add to Accounts
✔ Fast Onboarding
✔ Supports Cash Flow
New Local Market
Connect with new customers and suppliers.
Business credit for products and services.
Zero costs for transfers and payments
Credex works well for businesses that has spare capacity. That could be stock not being sold, or hours not allocated to clients. Credex provides a platform for local businesses to buy that spare capacity from your for zero interest credit. Your balance can then be used to buy products and services from other local businesses in the network.
Founding Member Offer
Lifetime Free Membership
Credex offers small businesses a platform to access a new local market. It provides more trading opportunities and access to zero interest credit. We are currently recruiting one company from a list of business categories. These companies will have all the benefits of Credex, with lifetime free membership. They will be the only one of their business category on the network until they agree otherwise.
Only one company from each business category:
Provide basic information about your business and how you would use Credex.
We analyse your business and evaluate how it would add value to the business credit network.
If you are suitable, you will need to provide proof of identification and undergo a credit check.
Grow Your Business
Once verified, you can use our platform, connect to new partners and spend zero interest credit.
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Alternative small business finance solution that can be used alongside:
Small Business Finance
All businesses need reliable finance. There are many options and Credex is designed to work alongside these solutions. It provides short-term working liquidity, freeing up your capital for more productive activities.
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Credex is inspired by successful schemes in Italy (Sardex) and Switzerland (WIR Bank). These networks facilitate the equivalent of hundreds of millions of Euros in transactions each year. Sardex was featured in the Financial Times, the article can be read here.