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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  • London & Partners’ Business Growth Programme

    London & Partners’ Business Growth Programme provides tailored advice and support to grow your business. It will help you overcome many challenges at different stages in your businesses’ growth journey, as well as providing access to: Experienced and commercially successful mentors Local business support Workshops and events Supply chain development This programme is open to […]

  • Start Up Loans

    A Start Up Loan is a government-backed personal loan for business purposes. Start Up Loans of up to £25,000 are available to individuals over the age of 18 who are eligible to start a business in the UK. There are no application fees or early repayment fees. Growth Hub Guides to help with starting a […]

  • The London Co-Investment Fund

    The London Co-Investment Fund has raised £25m from the Mayor of London’s Growing Places Fund to co-invest in seed rounds between £250,000 and £1,000,000, led by selected co-investment partners. Applications are welcomed from high-growth tech, science and digital start ups in London.  A Growth Hub Guide to help with access to finance Financing Your Business […]

  • Kickstarter Crowdfunding

    Kickstarter is a crowdfunding platform for creative projects that helps artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, and other creators find the resources and support they need to make their ideas a reality. Kickstarter is a Benefit Corporation, which is a for-profit company that considers its impact on society.

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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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