In The News.
News, views and interviews from the CreditEnable team.
CreditEnable Global CEO and Founder featured in this month's Barclay's Rise FinTech Report.
CreditEnable Global CEO, Nadia Sood featured in Department for International Trade (DIT)'s panel session: ‘Female Founders - Bridging the Funding Gap’.
CreditEnable and Global CEO Nadia Sood featured in Forbes article which outlines CreditEnable's partnership with the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), the world’s largest SME association representing 70 million SMEs to help SMEs access affordable debt.
CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood interviewed on the FinTech Insider 11:FS Breakfast show. CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood spoke live on The Breakfast Show with 11:FS CEO David M. Brear. Nadia spoke about her journey to CreditEnable, SME funding, and the fintech trends coming in the future.
CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood was a special guest on FinTech Futures podcast. Global CEO Nadia Sood was a special guest on FinTech Futures for their podcast, “What the Fintech?” where she talked about SME lending and what banks can do to connect better with their clients, and other related topics. Listen to the podcast to hear more about how CreditEnable uses technology to bridge the gap between lenders and SMEs so that this important segment of the market gets the financing they need.
CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood featured in Harpers Bazaar article. Harpers Bazaar has featured CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood in a recent article: "Life lessons: what I’ve learnt about supporting small businesses." In this article, Nadia talks on topics ranging from putting empathy to work for your business, being inspired by impatience, focusing on purpose and on impact at scale, and using technology for good.
CreditEnable named in the list of the world’s top 200 Revolutionists in Fintech. We are delighted that CreditEnable has been honoured alongside some truly amazing Fintech innovators being named in the list of the world’s top 200 Revolutionists in Fintech. We are excited to be part of a cohort of truly inspirational companies transforming the financial services industry, being recognised as a company that drives social good within the Fintech ecosystem. Thanks to The Financial Revolutionist, and congratulations to all!
CreditEnable featured in VCC Circle with the announcement of former Indigo president Aditya Ghosh joining CreditEnable as an investor and member of their Global Advisory Board. On Ghosh joining CreditEnable, a technology-backed marketplace for credit for small and medium enterprises, Global CEO Nadia Sood commented, “Ghosh’s strategic business thinking and deep-rooted social conscience would help the company’s board to ramp up its activities.” Separately, Ghosh said he was confident in his investment because of CreditEnable’s model, which is well suited to help small and medium companies manage their finances and evaluate their business strategies.
CreditEnable Global CEO Nadia Sood interviewed as part of the COVID-19 Fintech Focus TV series. CreditEnable CEO Nadia Sood spoke with Toby Babb of Harrington Starr as part of the COVID-19 Fintech Focus TV series. From navigating the SME lending space during the pandemic and adapting to new circumstances with agility, to the importance of digitization for SMEs, catch Nadia discussing key issues impacting small businesses and lenders in the current world dynamic.
CreditEnable features in City AM article: Increasing the opportunities for female leaders in fintech. Global CEO Nadia Sood on 'Are Women Entrepreneurs Being Sufficiently Enabled?': "No. Women need more investment! The UK government SEIS and EIS schemes are a great model for this. Why not set up a similar schemes for businesses founded and run by women? In 2019 I contributed to The Rose Review a study conducted by HM Treasury in the UK which estimated that up to £250 billion of new value could be added to the UK economy if women started and scaled new businesses at the same rate as men. Scaling a business requires capital and more of it needs to go to women. In the MoneyWeek article featured in City AM I was asked what more can be done to promote women in Fintech, I said the same thing as I did in 2019: Invest more in women!"