If you’re ready to invest in tech, infrastructure and product development, additional working capital could be the answer. Our loans give visionary businesses the resources they need, and our partnership with Growth Lending (an accredited CBILS lender) means we can support firms that have been affected by Covid-19 too.
It takes a few meetings and around four to six weeks to complete a BOOST&Co loan. A CBILS loan with our partner Growth Lending can be completed in as little as two weeks. Here’s the process:
We know it can be hard to fund your fast-growing business and difficult to secure capital to prepare your company for its next challenge. You need the right kit, space and people to succeed. You have the vision, but you need financial support.
BOOST&Co was founded to support UK SMEs where traditional banks could not, and our experience of working with innovative businesses and their management teams means that we understand the unprecedented challenges that companies face today.
This is why we have joined forces with Growth Lending, an accredited provider of the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme. This partnership enables us to continue supporting growing businesses with BOOST&Co’s term loans, but also means that we can protect the future of companies affected by Covid-19, through government-backed CBILS loans from our partner, Growth Lending.
Start a conversation. Chat to us via phone, email or social media to tell us what you need
Share data. The more detailed, the better – we want to know all about how your business works
Shape your loan. We discuss your needs to create a tailored offer and sign a term sheet
Due diligence. We confirm all the aspects of your deal and the key details of your business
CBILS loans can help SMEs that have lost revenue and had their cashflow disrupted as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak. This initiative was created to provide financial support for smaller businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. It is aimed at companies with a turnover of less than £45m. Funding is not provided by the government directly but by accredited lenders, and borrowers will be fully liable for the debt. Under the scheme, the government will pay the interest and fees of the facilities for the first 12 months.Find out more
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