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SWIG Finance provides business loans to the South West. We can say yes when the banks say no.

SWIG Finance is a not-for-profit company providing loans to those South West SMEs and start-ups that find it difficult to raise sufficient funds from their bank.

Since 2012 we have invested £18m in over 1,600 SMEs and start-ups, creating and securing 2,100 jobs and contributing £50m to the South West’s economy

NEWS

SWIG in the Press

  DRAGONS' Den star and entrepreneur James Caan has urged budding youngsters to take advantage of a scheme to help more people get into business. The Start-Up Loans scheme was launched to help anyone aged between 18 and 30 initiate a business enterprise and has so far...

The Business Plan: Why do it?

Why write a business plan?  It’s all in your head isn’t it and you are going to be running the business, aren’t you? So why do it? Writing a business plan gives you, the entrepreneur, a chance to really think about all aspects of your business, such as legal...

SWIG Run for Charity

  On Saturday 5th October, Team SWIG took part in the Fun Run organised by Francis Clark to raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care. With the run taking place across Marazion beach, competitors could complete the 10k total as individuals or as a team. Volunteers from...

LATEST TWEETS   @swigfinance

The fantastically named Cheese on Coast in St Ives opened its doors in March this year thanks to funding and support from SWIG Finance
Read the full story here: https://t.co/if4APortAU

SWIG Finance has launched a new South West loan fund using CITR with EFG and investment from @triodosuk
Read the full story https://t.co/AWLsNtW7uX

This summer, our #Breakfast #Briefing sessions are returning to #Cornwall.
Join us on the 7 August, where we will be looking at ‘#Debt #finance – the market’. The morning will also include presentations from @Capitalisers @swigfinance https://t.co/ZzdopchJJq

SWIG Finance @SWIGfinance launches new South West fund @triodosuk
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