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Bespoke financial packages at BTME

12.15am 24th January 2006 - Corporate

Golf Finance is sponsoring the internet cafà© and AGCS lounge at BTME which starts in Harrogate today. Using this platform it will present the latest financial packages on offer to help golf clubs create high-standard facilities.
Operating on a consultancy basis Golf Finance excels at putting together bespoke business plans, which allow clubs to meet all their targets and move forward.
“Clubs often have budgetary constraints, due to dwindling membership and competition, so they need additional funding to address these new challenges,” says managing director Ian Henderson. “Ten years ago 80 per cent of clubs had waiting lists now 80 per cent do not. This puts all clubs under considerable pressure.
“We sit down with them and, importantly, put plans in place to allow them to provide the necessary facilities to keep a competitive edge in the marketplace. Demands are high today with many members expecting ‘Augusta-style’ standards.
“We have an understanding of their business which makes a dramatic difference,” says Ian. “This allows us to find avenues to finance their needs and the ability to draw up budgetary plans to secure their short and long-term future.”
Golf Finance has representatives operating throughout the UK and funding is available for the development of facilities together with new and used machinery. Recognising the vital need to keep money flowing through the business, payments can be re-structured to avoid putting additional strain on cash flow.
“Each club is different so we are flexible and adapt to meet their needs,” says Ian. “Clubs can then look forward to a positive future.”
Golf Finance www.golffinance.co.uk

       

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