Join our team: become a supplier

Become a Supplier

Equipment suppliers

Our equipment suppliers are businesses who sell direct to customers and want to offer finance on their products. They are one of the most important elements of our business and we enjoy working closely with them.

Most of our suppliers offer finance as part of their general customer service alongside free delivery over a certain amount, warranty, customer service helpline etc. 

We work with them to help promote finance as an option for their customers and provide free online marketing materials as well as a Showroom Pack for those who have premises open to their customers, this is all free of cost.

Want to become one of our suppliers?

The benefits to you and your business

  • Convert  more enquiries into sales as finance is an attractive, tax efficient way for customers to buy from you.
  • Attract new customers who can’t buy elsewhere as they don’t have cash available.
  • No need to discount, no bad debt and get paid in full on delivery.
  • We’re a small, friendly team whose aim is to provide a quick, easy and no hassle service.
  • There’s absolutely no charge to you. Just simply refer customers to us and we do the rest.
  • We can help you market that ‘finance is available’ – on your website, in your store, in brochures, on email and social media etc with our free Supplier Toolbox.
  • If you are on social media (Facebook, Twitter etc.) let us know and we will happily share and RT your posts, find us and follow us too.

Supplier Spotlight:

We love working with suppliers – helping their customers to start and grow their businesses.

We’ve been working with the Big Coffee since 2023, helping them to get their customers set up with their own mobile coffee and catering businesses – making an often long-awaited dream a reality. There’s something very special about being part of this.

The Big Coffee says; “For over two decades we’ve helped create hundreds of new businesses. Working with Oxford Funding has been a breath of fresh air, the response time with all our customers has been quick and the information sent, always informative. With the quotes being competitive, it is a good way for all new business owners to spread the costs of the initial set up – leaving more money in their pockets. We couldn’t recommend Oxford Funding more highly.”

How it works

Step 1 – Advertise ‘finance available’ on equipment over £500 on your sales materials and on your website (we’ll provide the materials) available in our Supplier Toolbox.

Step 2 – When a customer wants finance, simply pass us their name, contact details and what they want to buy and we’ll do the rest. Or, we can set up finance enquiries to come direct from your website to us, or provide you will a simple calculator, so that you can quickly quote them. Whatever works for you!

Step 3 – We shop around for the best rates and get finance sorted quickly, letting you know when it’s in place and you can release your product. We keep you updated throughout the process.

It really is that simple.

What we can offer you

  • Banners of different shapes and sizes for your website.
  • The ability for your customers to buy online with finance with our ‘Lease it!’ button for your online checkout.
  • An interactive calculator to embed on your website, allowing your customers to see how much their repayments will be per month.
  • A price per week for each product over £500 that you can display next to the product price, for example, Buy now for £699 or lease from £26 a month.
  • Personalised wording for your website on finance and what the benefits are to your customers.
  • Posters and window stickers for your showroom or trade stand.
  • Leaflets about how finance works.

All of these materials are completely free of charge. They are part of our Supplier Toolbox and can be downloaded direct from this website, or we can send them out to you on request.

Never lose another customer again because they don’t have funds.

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The Oxford Funding Company Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority