After facing redundancy, Lorna Stewart, known by her stage name DJ Lornnah Stewart, was introduced to GC Business Finance who helped her to secure a Start Up Loan, which was used to fund the technical equipment needed to kick start her own music career.
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Start-up founder takes on new role at GC Angels
Business consultant and founder of start-ups Yellow Label and Finstant, has started a new role as investment and portfolio manager at GC Angels. The appointment comes as the angel investment service seeks to broaden its support for Greater Manchester’s start-up scene.
Lapwing Deli to get a revamp following investment from GC Business Finance
Lapwing Deli, in Didsbury, has secured a £70,000 loan from the Regional Growth Fund managed by Manchester-based social impact lender GC Business Finance. The loan will be used to help grow the business and support the creation of new full-time jobs.
Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund supports thousands of skilled jobs across the North, report finds
Since its launch in 2017, the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF) has increased productivity, employment and skills across the North, a report by independent research company SQW has found.
GC Business Finance strengthens team to support SMEs in the North West
GC Business Finance has appointed two new senior loan managers, Paul Deighton and Alison Powell, to strengthen its team and support more businesses across the North West in 2022.
PureCare secures £40,000 NPIF Loan
PureCare, which provides children’s residential care home services for local authorities around the country, has secured an £40,000 loan from the NPIF – BFS & MSIF Microfinance Fund, which is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund and managed by GC Business Finance and MSIF.