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3rd December 2021

Hair care brand Champo secures £550,000 GLIF funding

A London based contemporary hair care brand has secured £550,000 from the Greater London Investment Fund to support its range expansion. The funding will enable the brand to recruit a number of new employees over the next three years.

3rd December 2021

Food brand Wild Jacks secures £250,000 growth capital from MEIF

A food & drink producer based across Lincolnshire has secured £250,000 to upgrade its production facilities, create eight jobs and service its growing customer base.  Wild Jacks Ltd secured the finance from Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF), provided by The FSE Group Debt Finance Fund and backed by the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). The MEIF funding will help to upgrade the company’s production facilities and create eight new jobs in the next year.

30th November 2021

British Business Investments commits £7m to FOLK2FOLK

British Business Investments, a wholly-owned commercial subsidiary within the British Business Bank group, has made a £7m commitment to FOLK2FOLK, a specialist marketplace lender for rural and regional smaller businesses.

26th November 2021

R&S Tonks secures £200k MEIF funding

R&S Tonks, a Stoke-on-Trent-based joinery company has secured a £200,000 funding package to create new jobs and expand its operations.

25th November 2021

One Stop Business Finance strengthens team

SME funding specialist One Stop Business Finance (OSBF) has further strengthened its finance brokering and operations management expertise with the appointment of Emma Harris.

19th November 2021

Eskuta receives £1 million from MEIF West Midlands Debt Fund


Eskuta Limited has received a total of £1m worth of funding from The Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF), West Mids Debt Finance Fund, managed by Maven Capital Partners, and backed by the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS).  The business, which has headquarters in Nuneaton, had already received funding from MEIF to support the business’s ambitious growth plans, but has now received a second funding round of £500,000, bringing the total to £1m.  


11th November 2021

Pallite receives £750k MEIF funding

A Wellingborough-based paper honeycomb board manufacturer has secured £750,000 to expand its product range, create jobs and enter new markets.  The Alternative Pallet Company Ltd who trade as PALLITE® received funding from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) provided by The FSE Group Debt Finance Fund and backed by the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The MEIF funding will help to create 15 new jobs in the next year, with the ability to offer apprenticeships to the under-25s.

5th November 2021

Arcmont closes second Senior Loan Fund at €5 billion

Arcmont Asset Management, a leading European private debt asset management firm, has announced the successful completion of the fundraising of its Senior Loan Fund II and associated vehicles, attracting total investable capital of €5 billion.

3rd November 2021

 Töastie Kids raises £300k MEIF investment

Coalville-based children’s clothing business, Tiny Explorer Apparel, trading as the Töastie Kids brand, has secured a £300,000 investment to develop a new product range and support a comprehensive marketing campaign.

26th October 2021

Maven exits Manchester-based tech solutions provider inTEC

Managed by Maven Capital Partners and part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, NPIF - Maven Equity Finance, has exited Intec Business Solutions; a group offering end-to-end technology consultancy and specialist support services for SMEs.

26th October 2021

Recovery Loan Scheme offers over £1bn to smaller businesses

The British Business Bank has announced that the Recovery Loan Scheme has passed a significant milestone, with 76 accredited lenders having offered over £1bn to smaller UK businesses as they steer a path towards a sustainable recovery.

21st October 2021

Birmingham graphics and print manufacturer secures £250,000 investment

Birmingham-based Hollywood Monster has secured a £250,000 loan enabling it to safeguard 40 employees whilst creating seven new positions over a three year period. The business received the funding from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF), provided by The FSE Group, Debt Finance Fund and backed by the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

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