If you’re doing business abroad, you already know that it’s riskier than running your company in Canada. The potential for non-payment is higher with international customers, for example, and you may have trouble obtaining working capital to support overseas expansion. And if your competitors offer easy payment terms to potential buyers, you may lose sales because you can’t risk doing the same.

Discover how credit insurance can benefit your business

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Balance the costs with benefits

Learn how you can use credit insurance to save time and make more money.

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Know the risks of not insuring

Get a detailed breakdown of what your business could lose without credit insurance.

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Use insurance to support your sales goals

Choose the most competitive payment term for your target market and sector.

Given all this, would you use a cost-effective product that could help you:

  • Lower your financial risks and protect your cash flow?
  • Expand your access to working capital so you can grow your company?
  • Become more competitive in global markets?

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then credit insurance may be what you need. Read on to learn more about:

  • The risk of not getting paid by American and international customers
  • The surprising costs of not insuring your receivables
  • How credit insurance can protect your business and create sales opportunities

 

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