Cashback for Green

Good for the planet, good for business

What is it?

We are working with our partners to offer small businesses the opportunity to receive cashback on their factor fee if their funding is used for purchases/investments that are considered ‘Green’.​

How it works?

Customer than spend it on a green initiative

They then just sit back and wait for their cashback to be processed

Customer claims their funding offer

What qualifies as a green purchase?

Renewable energy

Energy efficiency

Water Conservation

Invest in renewable energy sources to generate clean energy and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

Cut costs, reduce carbon footprint by Implementing energy-efficient technologies to lower energy consumption.

Implement water-saving measures to conserve water resources and reduce water usage.

Examples: Solar panels, wind turbines, hydro-electric power, geothermal energy.

Examples: Solar panels, wind turbines, hydro-electric power, geothermal energy.

Examples: LED lighting, smart thermostats, and efficient equipment (e.g., refrigerators, HVAC systems).

Waste Reduction

Carbon Offsetting

Sustainable Transportation

Implement recycling programs and composting initiatives to reduce waste and promote a circular economy. Use eco-friendly products and packaging materials to reduce the environmental impact of the business's operations.

Invest in carbon offsetting initiatives and other clean energy projects to offset the business’s carbon footprint.

Encourage employees to use sustainable transportation modes or invest in upgrading your vehicles to energy efficient modes of transport. Implement telecommuting policies or carpooling programs to reduce carbon emissions.

Examples: Reforestation, renewable energy, energy-efficient cookstoves.

Examples: Electronic Waste recycling, on-site recycling bins/facilities, packaging material.

*Examples: Bicycles, public transportation, or electric vehicles.

Environmental Education

Green Infrastructure

Sustainable Supply Chain

Implement green infrastructure solutions to reduce stormwater runoff and promote biodiversity.

Investment in environmental education and training programs to educate and raise awareness to employees, customers, and stakeholders about sustainability issues.

Work with suppliers who have sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices to reduce the environmental impact of the business's supply chain

Examples: Green roofs, rain gardens, permeable pavement

Examples: Environmental Management Systems (EMS) training, Sustainable Practices Workshops.

Sustainable Agriculture

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Environmental Certifications

Invest in sustainable farming methods to reduce the impact of farming practices.

Obtain environmental certifications to demonstrate the business's commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Examples: Agroforestry practices, crop rotation, conservation tillage, precision agriculture technologies, sustainable irrigation tech (irrigation or rainwater harvesting), composting or recycling

Please see a detailed breakdown via our Sustainable Finance Framework here: 

Examples: LEED, B Corp, ISO 14001

Why its great for small businesses

Meet Government regulation

Embrace the green wave

Save money

Enhanced brand reputation

Businesses can improve their relationship with customers, suppliers and employees

Invest in energy-efficient technology or waste management processes

Stay ahead of the curve as new laws are introduced for businesses

Businesses will meet rising consumer demand for eco-friendly products & services

Why it's good for our Partners

  • Promote sustainable investment and contribute towards improving sustainable practices amongst SMEs.
  • Increase brand and product engagement and affirmation.
  • Boost ESG credentials
  • Support and guide SME owners to use funding to make investments they may otherwise postpone.

This product is provided by Liberis Ltd, Scale Space Building, 1st Floor, 58 Wood Lane London, W12 7RZ (company number: 05654231. Liberis’ Business Cash Advance is a form of receivables finance not a loan. Liberis is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Financial Ombudsman Service will not be able to consider a complaint about Liberis. Amounts advanced are subject to status and our underwriting process before any offer can be made.