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Coronavirus challenges for construction industry

Does it feel like your business is facing an uphill struggle to survive?   As the UK heads into another recession times have never been tougher for many businesses across the UK. The construction sector is no exception. Fears that a re-emergence of the coronavirus pandemic will torpedo the construction industry are very real … Continue reading


Identifying credit risk for target leads

Recent financials show that the coronavirus crisis is continuing to disrupt the glazing industry. After a difficult start to 2020, the financial implications for the fenestration sector are only just starting to show.  Managing directors are concerned that the entire supply chain may only be seeing the … Continue reading

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Two new exciting additions to the Insight Data team

We are excited to kick off August by introducing two new Insight Data team members, Thom Popejoy and Zoe Hayden.   Thom and Zoe will be working to support and grow Insight Data. Together, they bring a wealth of sales and marketing experience, with fresh ideas and a keen insight into their specific areas of expertise.  Thom Popejoy  After … Continue reading

Credit Monitoring Now Essential

The coronavirus crisis has thrown the UK into economic meltdown and as the glazing industry turns to recovery, the entire supply chain will be counting the cost of the lockdown. Credit control and managing debt risk will be more important … Continue reading

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Industry faces bad debt crisis

Insight Data’s latest analysis of the fenestration industry highlights thousands of companies posing a high credit risk. Insight analysed the credit rating of 9,075 fabricators and installers and found that 353 fabricators and 685 installers had a high or very … Continue reading