Be inspired by some of our client’s experience and business stories. Watch our videos or read case studies of some of our successful clients below to see the support we provide across the South West.
Co-founder of one of Cornwall’s fastest growing companies, Ben Treavleven of ISO Spaces last year won he Microentrepreneur for Growth at the national Microentrepreneurship awards. Along with his business partner, Gregg Curtis, Treleaven launched ISO Spaces in 2013, having left finance jobs in London to start the business in Cornwall. Designing and manufacturing modular buildings from recycled shipping containers, the business has quickly progressed following initial loan funding from SWIG Finance, and has recently raised a further £450,000 equity investment through a crowd funding source.
Turning your pawsome hobby into a viable start-up business – we speak to three of our animal- loving Start Up Loan clients who have made the transition.
Life is sweet for Plymouth- based business The Conscious Candy Company which has just received a £20,000 Start Up Loan boost.
The independent Sri Lankan street food chain, The Coconut Tree, has received government- backed funding to withstand business disruption.
Bristol- based Little Kitchen Cookery School, has received a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) loan of £60,000.
Sally Pussey’s Inn at Royal Wootton Bassett has received a £60,000 SWIG Finance loan to support its business continuity during the Coronavirus pandemic.
New Bristol business Rapid Fire Logistics has received a £25,000 Start Up Loan to support its market launch.
A Cornish software developer has secured a £150,000 loan to take its business to the next level.
At SWIG Finance, we are advocates for business success. The Coronavirus pandemic has created a challenging environment for SMEs and startups across the globe, and for many, this disruption has caused business owners to rethink they way that they operate. For small...
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.
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.