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Updates about Johnson Reed, the company and the staff.

Loans for your business with Johnson Reed

We can provide your business with an unsecured loan for any purpose. Whether you’re looking for a short term VAT or Corporation Tax Loan, or a longer-term cash injection for your business, we have a solution that doesn’t affect your banking facilities and helps you keep your cash during these challenging times. What’s more, the funds can be available to you in just 24 hours.Read More

Secure more sales with Johnson Reed

We all know a business needs to make sales to survive; securing a client purchase is key. You can offer them discounts, extra help, free fitting or specific knowledge on the subject but if the buyers cash flow isn’t there you will run into issues.

But don’t worry, that’s where Johnson Reed can help you. Vendors who use financing as a tool can not only successfully gain a sale, but it can increase the amount of equipment purchased and even lead to repeat sales.Read More

Interested in working for us?

If you have experience in the areas of business development, sales support, finance, or account management, then have you considered a career in the industry of equipment finance?

We are currently looking for qualified and suitable applicants to expand our growing team of equipment finance and leasing specialists. We have dealt with thousands of UK companies over the past 15 years and have helped provide leasing finance to fulfill their business needs, whether it’s new equipment, premises, etc.Read More

Johnson Reed become proud members of Funding Store

Johnson Reed are proud to announce that we have become members of!

Funding Store is the UK’s premier business-matching website, allowing individuals, companies, or entrepreneurs, to find an investor or finance company which matches their criteria, based on their goal.

Other businesses listed on the website include RBS, Lloyds TSB, Bibby, and many others, so we are in good company.

But what makes Johnson Reed different?Read More

A portrait of Carol Seery, our friendly Rottweiler

Behind every successful company these days, there usually lurks a friendly Rottweiler – someone who is firm but fair, is usually happy to stay in the background, but whose contribution to the smooth running of the operation is invaluable. We asked Carol Seery some searching questions. 1: What is your role at Johnson Reed and how has it changed over the years? I’m Operations Director – I like to think …Read More

When it comes to running, no one can put Johnson Reed off its stroke

At Johnson Reed, as we’re sure you’re aware, our working lives are normally to do with raising finances. But on a sunny day last month, some of us left office matters behind and set out to raise aspirations, money and even blood pressures instead, all in aid of generating much needed funds for The Stroke Association. The venue was the glorious Tatton Park in Cheshire. The event was a sponsored …Read More

An insider’s view on leasing finance

Adrian Barratt is a Senior Account Manager at Johnson Reed. He’s been with the company for quite a few years, so knows all there is to know about the intricacies of successfully raising finance for diverse companies in commercial markets. He gave us his answers to some searching questions.   1.Tell us about your role at Johnson Reed My primary role is converting an initial proposal through to a completed, …Read More

The Johnson Reed team gets stronger

It’s always nice to be able to report that new members of staff have joined a company, especially in these times when all we seem to hear about are redundancies. And it’s even better when they come as highly qualified and experienced as Dave Gadsden who joined Johnson Reed recently. Dave has worked in the finance sector for over thirty years, including a stint in advertising at Piccadilly Circus, the …Read More

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