Small business champion Good Business Pays appoints former Small Business Commissioner, Philip King, Non-Executive Director

Good Enterprise Pays at the moment introduced the appointment of Philip King as Non-Govt Director.

Based in 2021, Good Enterprise Pays campaigns to encourage massive companies to undertake quick cost processes. It’s now supported by monetary behemoths that embody Mastercard, Barclays and Previse, in addition to the Federation of Small Enterprise, CBI, Institute of Administrators, Make UK and the British Chambers of Commerce.

In a profession spanning greater than 40 years Philip King relentlessly championed the reason for small companies as Interim Small Enterprise Commissioner and Chief Govt of the Chartered Institute of Administration (CICM). He has served as a board member for the Begin-Up Loans Firm, and was a Pink Tape Champion for Insolvency. He’s the creator of the ‘Managing Cashflow Guides’ and architect of the Immediate Cost Code for the Division of Enterprise, Power, and Industrial Technique (BEIS). He has labored intently with successive governments to champion best-practice credit score administration, tackling late cost, and supporting small enterprise.

Commenting on Philip’s appointment, Terry Corby CEO and Founding father of Good Enterprise Pays mentioned: “Philip’s huge expertise in enterprise and advising authorities on bettering cost practices will convey a wealth of information to us and assist us perceive the perfect methods to speed up Good Enterprise Pays’ capability to exert stress on late and gradual paying firms. These poor practices put small companies in jeopardy, significantly now as SMEs face unprecedented challenges from the cost-of-living disaster.”

Philip King mentioned: “Late cost have to be recognised for the injury that it causes to small companies and the UK financial system. I’m delighted to hitch the Board of Good Enterprise Pays to assist the marketing campaign’s efforts to drive the tradition change that’s so desperately wanted. After a protracted profession within the non-public sector and advising authorities, the problem stays a private {and professional} ardour.”

Good Enterprise Pays reported the names of greater than 70 of the slowest and newest paying firms on 14 February 2023. Analysing knowledge from over 5,000 firms from BEIS knowledge, it revealed UK companiesand sectors which take greater than three months to pay suppliers.


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