Win a £100 prize! Let us know your biggest payments and cashflow challenges

Answer our quick survey to help us create the best payments and cashflow advice for you… and you could win one of five £100 Amazon vouchers

Imagine this: you’ve built a fantastic relationship with a client or customer, sealed the deal, and then put blood, sweat and tears into delivering the best results you can.

Naturally, having delivered on what you promised, you send your invoice and then you wait. Weeks later, you might still be waiting and then have to dedicate hours of yours or your team’s valuable time to chase payment.

For a great number of start-ups and small businesses this scenario is a reality and dealing with late payments is commonplace.

But tardiness isn’t the only problem small businesses often encounter when it comes to payments and cashflow. Maybe you’re facing crippling transaction fees or experiencing difficulties in taking international payments. Perhaps you’re simply having to spend too many admin hours managing your cashflow.

The good news is that, whatever your payment problem, we’re keen to help you overcome it.

We’ve teamed up with online invoicing service GoCardless to bring you tailored, relevant advice about taking payments and managing cashflow – we just need you to tell us what you’d like to know.

Whatever issue you’d like to discuss, simply answer our quick, three-minute, multiple choice survey on how your business deals with payments and cashflow, and your answers and opinions will help to inform upcoming content we’ll share on the topic.

Not only that, but five of our survey respondents will be randomly selected to win a £100 gift voucher to spend with Amazon – perfect for that new tech you’ve been eyeing for your start-up or all those business books you’ve been browsing.

So, what are you waiting for? Spend three minutes answering our survey on cashflow and payments here to be in with a chance of winning a £100 Amazon voucher, and we will do our best to guide you past those pesky roadblocks!

Be sure to submit your answers by midnight on Friday 23 February when the survey closes.