Let’s Do Business Finance have announced that £600,000 of growth funding is available to SME’s over the next five months.
If you’re an ambitious business, based in the South East of England and ready to scale-up, you may be eligible to apply for a Business Growth Loan from Let’s Do Business Finance (LDBF).
Established for more than 10 years, LDBF provide new and established firms with an additional source of commercial finance to those who are unable to access the funding they need through conventional sources.
Ian Smallwood, Head of Services at LDBF said:
“As the number of businesses in the UK continues to rise, it’s important more than ever that these firms can access the support and finance they need to safeguard their futures.
“We have a pot of £600,000 to help SME’s kick-start their growth, funds must be drawn down by the end of March 2016 so we’re urging companies to get in touch now.”
Funded via the Regional Growth Fund, LDBF Business Growth Loans enable SME’s to expand and grow their operations, creating and safeguarding jobs whilst boosting the local economy.
The Let’s Do Business Group have lent more than £10 million to businesses across the South East over the past 10 years, helping both start-ups and established companies to thrive.
If you’re an ambitious business ready to grow and expand, get in touch with the LDBF team now on 0845 601 8326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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