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SWIG Finance provides viable SMEs and start-ups with access to finance through dedicated business loan funds in the South West region.

We provide loans from £500 – £100,000 to businesses based in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset, Wiltshire & Gloucestershire, and up to £250,000 to businesses based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

From April 2009 to December 2019 we have invested over £30m in nearly 2,500 businesses, creating and safeguarding 3,300 jobs and contributing £75m to the South West economy.


New Markets For High-End Pet Supplies Shop

Slickers Doghouse received the £97,000 support package in order to develop its products, develop its website for online sales and attend major trade shows.

Know Your Numbers – 5 Key Business Metrics

Brent Treloar, Business Development Manager for the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Investment Fund, shares his 5 key metrics for monitoring your cashflow and observing trends.

Spotless Cleaning Shines Following Investment

Having been turned down for finance by high street banks, business owner Ilona Ziarko was referred to SWIG Finance and the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Investment Fund and we were delighted to be able to provide a £55k loan to help finance the business’ next phase of growth.

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Amid the flurry of government announcements about support for SMEs during the Coronavirus pandemic, it is easy get confused. This simple flowchart, prepared by @Whyfield, shows the support available to Employees, Directors and Self-Employed.

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Earlier this year through the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Investment Fund, we able to support Spotless Cleaning to help fund their expansion.

Find out how the funding benefited the business here

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Has your supply chain been affected by Coronavirus? @HarvardBiz share “A Practical Approach to Managing Sourcing Risk” to help you prioritise supply-chain-resiliency measures

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