Case Studies

Geeski, Cash flow, iwoca, loan, banner

Stephen Gee, Geeski

Meet Stephen Gee, manager of family-owned Geeski. Geeski is based in Surrey, but runs three catered chalets in the French Alps.

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Appa me, supporting, deaf and disabled, SME, community

Appa Me Ltd

A Government initiative to shake-up financing for SMEs has just given a boost to a wider community with the potential to improve the lives, and job prospects, of disabled people.

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County Down Developments, construction, peer-to-peer, lending

County Down Developments

According to Michael Carnduff: “Small construction firms need the funding from Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lenders to ensure growth in Northern Ireland. It’s critical!”

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fabric manufacturer, industry association, make it british, spotcap, fabric

Fabric Manufacturer

Things are running smoothly in the textile trade as a survey from industry association Make it British shows that manufacturing was up 25% in 2017 when compared to the previous year.

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designer bathroom concepts, loans, fair business loans, SME, entrepreneurs

Designer Bathroom Concepts

Over the last couple of years Fair Business Loans and Alternative Business Funding have managed to support several SMEs and entrepreneurs across the UK through their fruitful partnership.

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Cocoa Amore, Quick Capital, Cash flow finance, cash advance, Baking

Cocoa Amore

Peter Gardner opened award-winning chocolate shop Cocoa Amore in 2013. He accessed cash flow finance when producing a large order of Easter eggs.

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Jigsaw Puzzle, jigthings, educational, quizzes

Jigthings/Education Quizzes

When piecing together the challenging funding of two diverse businesses it helps to have a love of puzzles, and when your major revenue stream is coming from a business specialising in jigsaw accessories

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carbon law parrtners, Logo, michael burne, funding, new company

Carbon Law Partners

Michael Burne had watched the potential for £10 million of funding for his dynamic new company disappear as news coverage of the collapse of Lehman Brothers filled television screens.

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