Tamebay Live 3:40pm today: Financing your Global Business

By Chris Dawson May 20, 2021 - 6:00 am

Tamebay Live RegistrationAccess to working capital and fast payment solutions are critical for any scaling business, especially when selling internationally. Join Leonardo Felisberto of SellersFunding to discover best practices for financing your business.

If you’ve not yet registered for the Tamebay Live week of masterclasses and workshops then register HERE to get free access as you don’t want to miss out.

In this session, you will learn how to identify when financing makes sense for your business and the different solutions that are available to you. In addition, we will explore how using cross-border collection accounts and local currency payments will help protect your profit margins as you sell across different regions.


Leonardo Feliberto SellersFundingLeonardo Felisberto

Leonardo is the UK Head at SellersFunding, where he oversees the day to day operations and strategic planning of the business in the UK and across Continental Europe.

Prior to joining SellersFunding, Leonardo spent 10 years at JPMorgan, providing investment guidance and multi-asset class solutions to clients across the US, LatAm, and Europe. He holds a B.S. in Corporate Finance and Accounting from Bentley University.

Originally from Brazil but having grown up in Boston, Leonardo currently lives in London with his wife and son.

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