KashFlow

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About KashFlow

KashFlow Software Limited is a privately owned company based in London, England. Founded by Duane Jackson in 2005, it provides online accounting software for small businesses owners - the emphasis always being on ease of use, automation and integration. KashFlow is widely regarded as a pioneer of the SaaS business model and as the leader in web-based accounting.

About The Digital Newsroom

The Kashflow Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Contact Details

Louise Moran & Julian Obubo
Manifest London
t. +44 (0)203 1379 270
e. kashflow@manifestlondon.co.uk

KashFlow

K-Team launches KashFlow Akademy

K-Team launch Akademy to help 67% of small businesses who hate accounting KashFlow today unveiled Akademy, an online hub of webinars, training sessions and video resources to help small businesses learn how to get the best from KashFlow’s award winning cloud accounting software. A recent survey by KashFlow revealed that accounting is the job small […]

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KashFlow appoints Julian Buck as Commercial Director

Another heavy-hitter joins management team at UK SaaS pioneer as it continues to expand Cloud accounting software company KashFlow has appointed Julian Buck as Commercial Director: Julian joins KashFlow after 5 years at Advanced Computer Software, three of which were as Managing Director of the Version One subsidiary. Prior to joining Advance Computer Software, Julian spent […]

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Overdue invoices put £440 billion chokehold on the UK economy

KashFlow calls on businesses to pay invoices on time to help growing UK economy Research by KashFlow suggests UK small business is owed £440 billion in overdue invoices, which the company says is stifling business growth in the UK. A sample of thousands of businesses revealed the average UK business had £91,880 in overdue invoices […]

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K-Team launches KashFlow Akademy

K-Team launches KashFlow Akademy

K-Team launch Akademy to help 67% of small businesses who hate accounting KashFlow today unveiled Akademy, an online hub of webinars, training sessions and video resources to help small businesses learn how to get the best from KashFlow’s award winning cloud accounting software. A recent survey by KashFlow revealed that accounting is the job small […]

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KashFlow appoints Julian Buck as Commercial Director

KashFlow appoints Julian Buck as Commercial Director

Another heavy-hitter joins management team at UK SaaS pioneer as it continues to expand Cloud accounting software company KashFlow has appointed Julian Buck as Commercial Director: Julian joins KashFlow after 5 years at Advanced Computer Software, three of which were as Managing Director of the Version One subsidiary. Prior to joining Advance Computer Software, Julian spent […]

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Overdue invoices put £440 billion chokehold on the UK economy

Overdue invoices put £440 billion chokehold on the UK economy

KashFlow calls on businesses to pay invoices on time to help growing UK economy Research by KashFlow suggests UK small business is owed £440 billion in overdue invoices, which the company says is stifling business growth in the UK. A sample of thousands of businesses revealed the average UK business had £91,880 in overdue invoices […]

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KashFlow Founder Duane Jackson named Brightside Start-Up Loans Ambassador

KashFlow Founder Duane Jackson named Brightside Start-Up Loans Ambassador

Duane Jackson to help budding young entrepreneurs break into business KashFlow founder and CEO Duane Jackson is putting his entrepreneurial experience to good use as an ambassador for Brightside Start-Up Loans, an initiative from mentoring charity Brightside. Brightside is a delivery partner for the government-backed Start-Up Loans scheme, which helps young people aged 18-30 to […]

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Commuters #BreakTheMould on Blue Monday

Commuters #BreakTheMould on Blue Monday

‘Break glass in case of crisis’ emergency points encourage London commuters to set up own businesses Monday 21st January or ‘Blue Monday’ as it is now known, is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year but not for London commuters who are now £50 richer thanks to KashFlow’s ‘break in case of crisis’ emergency […]

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