We think cycling is the perfect way to help business owners become healthier happier and more connected. That's why we've launched the iwoca cycle initiative.Sign up to the newsletter
We think cycling is the perfect way to help business owners become healthier happier and more connected. That's why we've launched the iwoca cycle initiative.
iwoca is title sponsor of The Cycling Podcast, helping the team produce more than 150 free shows throughout the year, as well as relaunch its Explore series.
In late summer, we're helping two fantastic cycling events – The iwoca Struggle Hill Climb in the Lake District and the Urban Hill Climb in London. We can't wait!
In 2020, we'll continue to sponsor Kendal Cycle Club, enabling local small business owners and their staff to join the club for free and benefit from club membership.
Andy Taylor – Kendal Cycle Club member and founder of Anything Technical
Join us as we support and take part in unique cycling events around the country – tackling the steepest climbs, enjoying the most iconic roads and cheering on determined competitors.
We'll be working with friends and colleagues across the UK cycling scene to tell the stories of our own customers, partnerships and collaborations. Stay tuned for more information soon.
We hope to launch a range of iwoca cycling kit to help our staff, customers and fans be more visible on the road. Sign up to our newsletter to be first to hear more.
Finance should feel like a superpower, not a headache. That’s why we created iwoca. But life isn't all about work, which is why we created our cycling project.
Over the past seven years iwoca has grown from a small start-up to one of the fastest-growing business lenders in Europe. Now we're a team of more than 300 working towards the goal of funding one million small businesses.
Even though we offer loans, we’re not a bank. We’re an independent company custom-built for small businesses – and our goal is to provide straightforward access to finance where and when your business needs it.
Generally, they put the money to short term investments, like extra stock. Or they use it to help with cash flow, like if they're waiting on an invoice.
We want business owners be happier, healthier and more connected and think cycling is an amazing tool to help make that happen.
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