Along with its neighbour West Sussex, East Sussex has a reputation as the sunniest place in England. It’s no surprise therefore that tourism plays a major role in the local economy. With a population of less than a million and access to an enviable coastline, the region, which includes the South Downs National Park, has been developed in order maximise the appeal of resorts such as Eastbourne and Brighton, for both tourism and the lucrative conference market.
Hotel, leisure and catering establishments – for example, restaurants, brasseries, coffee shops and bars – are just some of the local businesses that have looked to lease financing capital assets in order to grow their revenues and compete in the burgeoning service industry marketplace.
Local leasing company WestWon has recently helped many businesses in the region to acquire the hospitality and leisure equipment, IT infrastructure and, in some cases, even the office and premises fit outs they require by arranging the best leasing deals for individual enterprises and individual circumstances.
Leasing has an important role to play in that it provides businesses with the opportunity to fund assets as they use them and still keep vital lines of credit free. With leasing equipment can be paid for over a fixed period of time, which helps spread the cost. In an area where many businesses are seasonal, the ability to arrange lease payments in sync with business cash flow is certainly a considerable advantage for many.
With years of leasing experience in serving businesses within the East Sussex area – in Brighton, Eastbourne, Hove and Lewes, for example, WestWon possesses valuable local knowledge and resources to help companies find the right leasing solution for their particular business, including a comprehensive list of local suppliers. In fact, WestWon has a database of over 200 resellers throughout the county
For more information on local leasing options for Essex and how to choose the best leasing company for your needs, download the Essential Guide to Leasing for Business.