A Bristol-based glazing specialist needed additional working capital to support its emergence from the pandemic. Find out how we helped secure a term loan so the business could continue its growth projects.
Specialist Glazing Projects (SGP) delivers bespoke glazing solutions, progressing projects from the initial stages of design through procurement and installation to completion. The business specialises in projects within all market sectors that include residential enhancements, historic restorations and commercial projects.
SGP’s management team needed additional working capital to undertake the growth and forthcoming projects which they are seeing as the economy reopens. They came to us to help them find a suitable lender.
We leveraged our expert knowledge of the alternative funding market to quickly identify the most optimal funding solutions.
To allow SGP’s management team to focus on growing the business, we streamlined the application process and led negotiations with suitable funders.
We secured CBILS (Coronavirus Business Interruption Lending Scheme) funding from Funding Circle. By virtue of SGP’s strong management team, historic business performance and prudent management, we negotiated and secured the facilities within a short space of time. The funding will enable the business to deliver its growth projects.
"Our experience working with Shaw and Co was a positive one. They helped identify our needs, match our needs with an appropriate provider and then executed the deal with the minimum of fuss."
It was a very positive experience."
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