The British Business Bank has introduced an online hub that provides information regarding the finance options available to scale-up, high-growth and potential high-growth smaller businesses.
The new interactive website features checklists to get ‘investor ready’ as well as articles from finance providers advising how SMEs can identify and access the right finance for their growth ambitions.
The information hub – which can be found at financeyourgrowth.co.uk – also features the British Business Bank’s finance finder, a simple, six-step tool that enables smaller businesses to explore and identify some of the finance options that could work for them.
Keith Morgan, CEO at the British Business Bank (pictured above), said that there were bright and brilliant businesses all across the UK.
“But often, their growth ambitions aren’t realised because the financial landscape is complex, daunting and misunderstood.
“We want to change that.
“We want to help businesses understand their finance options and, through clear, practical tips, put them in the best position to successfully access the right finance for their growth potential.
“That’s why we have created a best-in-class information hub to raise awareness of the finance options available to the UK’s small, high-growth businesses.”
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