Financing Your Business

From Business Angels to crowdfunding, high street debt finance to start-up loans for young entrepreneurs, we’ve brought together a range of resources to help you find the right finance for your business.

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  • Small business loans from HSBC

    HSBC provides small business loans of between £1,000 and £25,000, with repayment terms of between 12 months and 10 years. Applicants can check their eligibility and find out instantly if they are likely to receive the money they need.

  • Business current accounts for start ups

    HSBC provides business current accounts for start ups. Applicants usually receive free banking for the first 18 months, as well as access to a range of support services including: Access to finance and borrowing to support a business to launch or improve cash flow A Knowledge Centre with useful tools and articles to help businesses […]

  • Flexible business loans from HSBC

    HSBC provides flexible business loans of over £25,000 for limited companies, sole traders and partnership businesses. Applicants can choose a fixed or variable rate of interest, and repayment periods of between 12 months and 20 years are available.

  • Arts Impact Fund

    The Arts Impact Fund provides unsecured repayable finance to arts and cultural organisations that are able to demonstrate a positive social impact. Funding can be used for a range of purposes, including buying new assets, improving building infrastructure and developing existing revenue streams. Loans of between £150,000 and £600,000 are available, repayable over a term […]

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Grub Club

We last met Grub Club when they featured in the Growth Hub success story videos in 2015. At that point, they were based in a co-working space in King’s Cross, and had recently run a successful crowdfunding campaign. We revisited them over a year later at their new office in the Collective Temperance Hospital to […]

King Apparel

Wanting to create a clothing brand that reflected their own lifestyle and culture, former professional snowboarder/skateboarder Tim Hoad and graphic designer Paul Linton created King Apparel in 2003, a London based streetwear brand. Back in 2015 we had a chat with CEO Tim Hoad to find out more about his journey in creating a successful […]

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