Our mission

We are leading a revolution in the culture of late payment practices.

Help us to promote and encourage prompt payment for suppliers when invoices are due.

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Typical poor payment practices that we want to change:

  • Paying invoices consistently late

  • Not paying invoices at all

  • Have a policy of not paying invoices on time

  • Think it is normal, everyone does it

  • Believing that is part of ‘doing business’

  • Using suppliers as a free credit source

24% of UK businesses report late payments as a thread to their survival, the highest reported level across Europe


Overdue / Late

SMEs say they are being forced to wait a 30 days+ beyond agreed payment terms



Covid-19: Unpaid B2B Invoices up 23% in UK according to new tracker by Sidetrade.

$3 Trillion

Global / USA

Late payments cost small businesses $3 trillion per year in the USA.

//* all statistics taken from the internet

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Instantly discover if a business is paying their invoices on time or not. Or, contribute to help us keep the directory up to date.

About brodmin the global late invoice payment directory.

52% of small business owners have used personal savings or borrowed money from friends and family to keep their business alive.

Founded by Kris Broda and Thomas Minarik, brodmin was developed to help freelancers, business owners, and entrepreneurs find more financial stability and better protect their business when working with new on and offline clients.

As an independent directory focused on collecting reports on businesses who leave clients unpaid, we want to help you avoid potential financial hardships before they happen. By giving you the tools needed to understand whom to work with and whom to avoid we can help you grow your business with improved confidence.

Clients and businesses are rapidly growing online during this ever-changing business marketplace, which makes it even more vital that you stay better protected when it comes to your financial future.

Be aware of businesses whose payment habits don’t align with your efforts, so you can focus on what matters most—your own success.

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“Ending late payments and poor practices is not only the right and fair thing to do, it will also spare small firms the financial impact of waiting for the money they’re owed, and instead allow them to invest and grow.”

Mike Cherry. National Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses
source: cpa.co.uk

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