FREE TO TRADE AT INTERNATIONAL DIRT BIKE SHOW

August 29 2014

International Dirt Bike Show, 30th October to 2nd November 2014

The International Dirt Bike Show returns to Stoneleigh Park, near Coventry, Warwickshire this October/November with the welcome news that all major off-road bike manufacturers will be in attendance to exhibit their latest production and factory race-specification machinery. A healthy line up of clothing, accessories, parts, tyre and oil distributors have signed up too and organiser Mortons Media will again continue its all-important support of the motorcycle trade by offering free trade-only tickets.


The registration process for free trade tickets will open on 1st September and close four weeks later on Monday 29th September 2014.

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FUNDING FOR LENDING CONTINUES TO DISAPPOINT

August 28 2014.

- British banks and building societies drew down £3.2bn in Q2 2014 from the Funding for Lending Scheme

- Net lending to SMEs fell by £435m in Q2 2014


Commenting on the Funding for Lending figures, published by the Bank of England today, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “Although the decline in lending to SMEs was less than in the previous quarter, Funding for Lending continues to disappoint. Despite the welcome re-focus towards SME lending, the real test for the scheme has always been whether it is able to get credit flowing to young and fast-growing businesses. Unfortunately many of these firms remain frozen out when it comes to accessing the finance they need to fulfil their potential. The Business Banking Insight (BBI) confirms that many SMEs are [stop]unhappy with the level of service they receive from their bank.

“These figures reiterate that much more needs to be done to fill major gap in the provision of SME finance in the UK, including increasing the role of equity and bond markets and delivering a Business Bank with a greater capital base than under current plans and the ability to lend directly to businesses.”


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