Congratulations to business borrowers Gareth Hazard and Sam Lockwood from Bossa Café Bar, who have just announced they have purchased The Looking Glass on Braunstone Gate, Leicester.
Gareth and Sam set up GS Bars in 2013 with our help and it’s great to see them expanding their business venture.
Have you got a talent you think you could turn into a business? Think you could be the best in your field of expertise?
Mother-of-four Natalie Godefroy from Beauty Defined knew she had the skills to succeed in her industry and started her own beauty clinic back in 2011. With help from The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity, Natalie has managed to grow her own company while managing her family life at the same time.
Are you a recent graduate, struggling to get a full-time job in the role that you want?
James and his business partner Craig were in the same situation when they graduated with degrees in Music Technology from De Montfort University.
The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity featured in a recent article, published in the Financial Mail on Sunday.
The feature article, authored by Sally Hamilton and published in the Mail on Sunday on Sunday 10th May, looks at the organisations that are providing financial assistance to budding entrepreneurs across the country, highlighting the work being carried out in Leicestershire and Rutland by the Sir Thomas White Loan Charity.
Back in 2004 Matt Pantling turned his love for DJing into a business as he started up Dancefloor DJs.
His business offers a professional and talented DJ and mobile disco set-up with music to suit anyone’s taste, helping to create truly unforgettable events.