Cash Flow Solution: Tender Financing and Purchase Order Financing

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The Tender Secret: How to get tender finance when banks refuse you?

Tender financing or tender finance in South Africa is a funding option for businesses or tenderpreneurs that need cash to fulfil purchase orders from government, many times entrepreneurs, especially black, find that they have the skills that can or wins them government tenders but do not have the money to spend on the order, a government purchase order as it is sometimes called, to do the work that a particular government tender requires them to do and accomplish the tender goals.

Purchase order financing or purchase order finance is a funding option for businesses that need cash to fill single or multiple customer orders. In many businesses cash flow problems exist. There will be times where there is simply not enough money available to cover the costs of doing business.

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The Problem

Black entrepreneurs in particular often complain that banks refuse to take the risk to provide the tender financing or purchase order financing. This becomes a “catch 22” situation for these businesses as government won’t give a business a tender unless they have what is called Bank Financial Guarantees for Tenders or a “big brother” who will say “I guarantee to assist this business with tender financing so that it can get the tender or be able to meet the cashflow needs.”.

The Solution: Tender Financing

Tender financing need in the market exists, it is a general business cash flow need nothing special, and so the market innovated with alternative tender financing and purchase order financing options, financiers who are willing to take the risks that the banks won’t take, financing the said business or tenderpreneur, and at very competitive interest rates than even the banks sometimes.

Benefits for your business:

  • No bank deposit to get tender finance.
  • No bank collateral.
  • Competitive interest.

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27 thoughts on “Cash Flow Solution: Tender Financing and Purchase Order Financing”

    1. Hi Xolisa,

      Do you do tenders as part of your business? If yes, do you find you don’t have money sometimes to do the tender or finish it?

        1. Hi Thokozani,

          Depends what are your needs? Lets start with with finishing a tender what do you need? Are you struggling with cash flow to pay suppliers on time? What are the problems?

  1. I have a contract with a private company but am finding difficulty starting due to lack of initial cash injection, can i be assisted in any way?

    1. Hi Ali,

      Indeed, I feel if people have purchase orders and there is tighter controls on how that project is done, the risk is quite low, so yes we need such forms of funding. Do you often have cash flow problems with purchase orders?

  2. Hi.

    Just wondering if you finance tenders below R250 000? Because on this site where I have tried to apply it says tender must be over R250 000.

    1. Hi Ndumiso,

      Sorry for late reply, but you must go to the actual site and ask questions there then on the blog. The minimum is R50 000 now.

    1. Hi

      Its a pity that you could have been assisted but failed to read the post on what to do, see the “CLICKE HERE…” button?

    1. Hi

      Its a pity that you could have been assisted but failed to read the post on what to do, see the “CLICKE HERE…” button?

  3. Hi

    I have a tender from 1of the big companies to supply 2000 mattresses in 4batches of 500each but do not have the capital to supply the first batch. Can your company assist in this case.

    1. Hi

      Its a pity that you could have been assisted but failed to read the post on what to do, see the “CLICKE HERE…” button?

    1. Hi

      Its a pity that you could have been assisted but failed to read the post on what to do, see the “CLICKE HERE…” button?

  4. I have been awarded my first tender but no banks is willing to help me, despite having the purchase order from the government department

    1. Hi

      Its a pity that you could have been assisted but failed to read the post on what to do, see the “CLICKE HERE…” button?

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