What does my #PayIn30Days campaign want?

The ultimate aim is that 95% ofall invoices from the 5.7 million small and microbusinesses should be paid within 30 days.  But the first objective is for the Government to use its leverage with 7500 large companies (over 250 employees) which are causing the cashflow log jam. 
The first objective we want to achieve is: 

“Government should not contract with, buy from, outsource, license, bailout, support or fund any organisation over 250 employees which do not #PayIn30Days ALL bills ALL the time” 

Here’s my video explanation of the importance of #PayIn30Dayshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QmAmKA2YmQ&t=361s

Here’s a video of my interview with the Small Business Commissioner (January, 2019)  on #PayIn30Days:  https://www.facebook.com/microbizmattersday/videos/2364195546946903/

Naturally millions of small and micro business owners support the #PayIn30Days campaign. They cannot afford to be seen to complain about their larger company customers and clients but it costs them dear in business, debt and depression being paid in an average of 72 days. 

Remember, most business owners have no employees and those that do have to pay their employees monthly. 70% of business owners work from home and they all have to pay their household bills monthly.  Many, for example, those supplying major supermarkets have to pay their suppliers immediately, even though they’ve had to accept 75 days payment terms. 

This LinkedIn post of mine on #PayIn30Days got a record 412,000 views by small and micro (0-9 employees) business owners on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6529821428764733440/