Saturday, 23 April 2016

Dental Equipment Finance

Are you a dentist, dental hygienist, orthodontic surgeon or cosmetic dentistry clinic looking for smart options to finance your dental equipment?

At Zenith Finance we specialise in helping dental and orthodontic practices, clinics and centres acquire the equipment you need to successfully start or grow your dental business.

Dental equipment we can help you purchase or lease

Just some of the equipment our financing experts have financed for dental businesses - and can do the same for you - include:
  • Air compressors
  • Autoclaves
  • Dentist chairs
  • Dental hygiene systems
  • Dental imaging systems
  • Dental lights
  • Dental milling machines
  • Dental technician equipment
  • Dental x-ray equipment
  • Lasers
  • Nitrous-oxide systems
  • Orthodontic equipment
  • Vacuum pumps
  • Dental fitouts, furniture, computers
  • and many more.

Why finance your dental equipment?

With a finance, loan or lease package tailored to your needs, you can do things like:
  • finance up to 100% of the cost
  • avoid making large upfront payments and keep cash for other needs
  • arrange repayments to suit your cash flow
  • ensure you other business and personal assets are kept secure
  • acquire the equipment before it's you've paid for it
  • upgrade your dental equipment whenever you need to
  • receive 100% tax deductions and GST benefits. 

 Why talk to Zenith Finance about your dental equipment finance?

  • Years of dental equipment financing experience
  • We source and package best financing option for you 
  • We can meet at your office, our office, or over the phone
  • Friendly, helpful one-on-one expert service. 

Contact us today

Call us in Sydney on 1300 288 874 to speak with a Zenith Finance medical equipment finance expert.

 Learn about our medical equipment loan options

- See more at  : Zenith Finance |  Dental Equipment Finance

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Medical Equipment Finance

Low rate specialist medical financing - plus smart tax, GST and other benefits

At Zenith, we find, arrange and tailor medical equipment finance for solo practitioners, medium sized practices, medical centres and hospitals in Sydney and around Australia.

How can we help you?

Medical equipment we can finance for you

We can help you buy or lease:
  • medical systems
  • dental equipment
  • surgical equipment
Call 1300 288 874 to discuss your medical equipment needs or apply online today.

Or meet the Zenith Finance team.

Get a thorough examination of your options

We specialise in medical equipment financing – and understand each medical business has unique needs and circumstances. So we know how to dissect the rates from different institutions and negotiate a deal on the one that best suits you.

We’ll also walk you through our different finance products and clearly explain the:
  • tax and GST advantages
  • how much you pay for different length terms
  • flexible payment options
  • how to best manage your cash flow

You choose the one that works best for you and leave all the leg and paper work to us.

Like to discuss financing for your medical equipment?

Contact us in Sydney on 1300 288 874 or apply online today.

Or learn more about the different medical finance packages you can choose from:

- See more at : Zenith Finance | Financing and Insurance for Business

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Commercial Property Finance

Are looking to invest in a commercial property:

 that you rent out to tenants?
 where you set up your own office?
If you have a good credit history, the team at Zenith Finance can help make you goal a reality.

Contact us in Sydney today on 1300 288 874 to speak with one of our commercial property experts.

Tailor-made commercial property loans

Whether we come to you, or you come to us, we'll listen, learn and discuss how different finance plans might fit your requirements. This could include things like repayment options, tax and GST advantages and working around your business structure.

If you like what you hear, we contact banks and other lenders to secure the lowest rate of interest on your behalf.

We’ll put together the right loan and benefits for you

Just some of the finance options we can offer you include:
  • Loan terms up to 15 years
  • Fixed or variable rate options – always know what you owe or pay your loan off sooner
  • Up to 75% loan to value ratios – get a loan for up to 75% of the property value.
  • Business overdraft facilities – extra money against your mortgage when you need it
  • Commercial bill facilities – when you need a big injection of cash for a short period
  • Complete commercial banking facilities 
  • Solutions for retail, industrial and commercial strata zonings


Like to talk to someone about commercial property financing?


Contact us on 1300 288 874 or apply online today

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Is your business at the risk of "destruction"?

Is your industry experiencing long term downtrend which could suddenly turn into a destructive whirlwind? Look at print media as a cautionary tale 

What do the following names have in common? –Larry Page, Segei Brin, Mark Zuckerberg; Reid Hoffman? They are successful digital media entrepreneurs – the first two as founders of Google, the second a co founder of Facebook and the third, the founder of LinkedIn. They are kingpins in their respective digital and social medic space and they are the new ‘establishment’ of corporate America. There’s a not so subtle lesson for all business owners here: they were all still at school 15 years ago.

The point being that some industries are being destroyed ‘as we speak’.  In the world of media and publishing old business models are not being eroded they’re being destroyed. The Sydney Morning Herald and the venerable The Age have seen their newsprint papers suffer 18 percent declines (in sales) in just 12 months (to end December). That probably means about a 25% decline in top line revenues. Few business models could sustain that kind of decline. The rules are being re-written in real time.

Old business models

There are manifold effects of the destruction of old business models – apart from the obvious ‘losses”. In media, the convergence of technologies and media has led to an explosion of start-ups because first of all it is much easier to start a business today online than ever before and second because convergence itself is creating opportunities which even a year or two or go were not even on the radar. And speed of convergence shows no sign of letting up any time soon. Indeed recent data suggest that Australian broadband users will see bandwidth and speeds multiply 10-fold or more over the next few years, once again booting up convergence of technology and media.

This would resonate for experts like Clayton Christensen who have written scholarly works on why innovation often catches old-technology industries off-guard.

Christensen literally wrote the book on disruption, so it’s worth paying attention to him when he talks about where the disruption fuelled by the web is going to strike next. The Harvard business professor and author of The Innovator’s Dilemma notes that some industries that are “either in a state of disruptive crisis or will be soon,” and the professor has said also that “Journalism, certainly, and publishing broadly. Anything supported by advertising. That all of this is being disrupted is now beyond question.” What are the clues that precede “destruction”:
  • Creative destruction occurs when something new kills something older
  • Some industries will take longer but most will be affected by the web

Print media is one category but personal computers are another great example. The industry, led by Microsoft and Intel, destroyed many mainframe computer companies, but in doing so, entrepreneurs created one of the most important inventions of this century.   

Christensen goes on to describe what has happened to the newspaper and traditional media business; where he has said that many newspapers were lulled into a false sense of security and then “very quickly, all of a sudden, you go off the cliff.”

Business decision makers should pinch themselves every day to ensure they remain awake to technological shifts and their potential impacts on their industry.