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Small Businesses speak up in support of Government's Late Payment Tzar with case studies

26 July 2015 13:15


In response to the Government's announcement of a Small Business Commissioner to look into big business delaying payments to small business, small business owners have come forward willing to offer journalists case studies and quotes.

JournoLink, the small business online platform linking small businesses to journalists, broadcasters and bloggers, have several case studies ranging from a long standing Ethical Debt Collection business, PRMS Limited, a training business now borrowing from friends and family to fund cash-flow having little success chasing big business for overdue payments, a Cambridge based coffee shop, the Linton Kitchen, where the small suppliers in the supply chain are now also being affected, through to a business already in communication with the local MP. All are ready to come forward with their stories for journalists to offer the Commissioner evidence of the impact on businesses.

Immediate contact can be made to: (the Linton Kitchen)

or to for further details of all businesses

Details on all businesses are available on, where further editorial requests can also be made.

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About JournoLink

JournoLink bridges the gap between businesses and the media; using the online platform businesses can connect with journalists, broadcasters and bloggers through news, editorial requests and events.

Founded in 2014 the platform was created by Peter Ibbetson, Gemma Guise and broadcast journalist Tetteh Kofi.

Combining Peter’s experience in the small business market, with daughter Gemma’s PR skills and Tetteh's knowledge of the media industry, they were able to create an all-in-one solution for businesses who want to get in front of the media and journalists who struggle to find new and exciting business stories, case studies and opinions.

In 2015 Gemma Guise was listed as one of the top women to watch in the Media and Journalist category of the We Are The City annual awards. In the following year JournoLink was listed at the prestigious Real Business/Everline Awards ceremony, as one of the Future 50 businesses to watch in disrupting their industries.

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