UK Small Business Success Stories on Video

These videos show funding recipients discussing the application process and tips on how to improve your odds when you apply. While we cannot guarantee you will get funding the more you know about others experiences the better your chances.

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Small Business Video Success Stories

Decorative Times
Ballykelly, NI
3:02

Small Business Video Success Stories

Boulders
Cardiff, WA
2:07

Small Business Video Success Stories

Waste Systems Ltd.
County Tyrone, NI
2:37

Small Business Video Success Stories

Cymtec Ltd.
Caerphilly, WA
2:46

Small Business Video Success Stories

Mama Jewels
Nottingham, ENG
2:54

Small Business Video Success Stories

Cocoon
Lisburn, NI
2:37

Small Business Video Success Stories

Simply Smiley Prods.
London, ENG
2:45

Small Business Video Success Stories

Pet Health & Therapy
Welling, ENG
2:19

Small Business Video Success Stories

Hat Creative
London, ENG
2:39

Small Business Video Success Stories

Veritas
Swansea, WAL
3:00

Small Business Video Success Stories

studentgems.com
High Wycombe, ENG
2:39

Small Business Video Success Stories

Image Analysis Ltd.
Saltaire, ENG
3:01

Small Business Video Success Stories

Giltech Ltd.
Ayr, SCT
1:49

Small Business Video Success Stories

Fifi Bijoux
Glasgow, SCT
2:51

Ravi Sharma, owner and founder of Decorative Times, explains how 3,352 in funding from Invest NI helped him set up his business.

Rob Lawrence, Managing Director of Boulders explains how 150,000 from the Small Firms Loan Guarantee (SFLG) went towards building their climbing centre in Cardiff, Wales.

Nishi Ward, Managing Director of Waste Systems Ltd. in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, explains how 200,000 in grants from Invest NI went towards extensive R&D, hiring key personnel, and export marketing

Ron Yandle, Director and CEO of Cymtec Ltd. in Caerphilly, Wales explains how 237,500 in government grants went towards researching and developing their new, innovative LED and laser technology.

Amanda Waring, owner of Mama Jewel's in Nottingham, explains how 4,000 in grants from Business Link went towards purchasing equipment and developing a professional website.

Michael Brady, Managing Director of Cocoon explains how 129,000 in grants from Invest Northern Ireland went towards developing prototypes and proof of concept models for his unique event enclosure devices.

Shannon McNab, Owner/Director of Simply Smiley Productions, explains how a 15,000 loan from GLE London went towards updating her website, consolidating debt, and developing a new children's show.

Francoise Deavin, owner of Pet Health & Therapy Centre explains how 26,000 in funding from GLE London/Bexley Enterprise Fund went towards hydrotherapy equipment and alternative therapies for animals.

Richard Crighton, owner of design firm Hat Creative, explains how a 5,000 loan from Greater London Enterprise/Lambeth Council prepared his company for attendance at the Business Startup Expo at ExCel in London's Docklands.

Rachel Bryan and Sharon Stephens from Veritas Language Solutions explain how an early 24,000 student bursary from Venture Wales/Welsh Assembly Government went towards subsistence and childcare, allowing them to focus on their new start-up.

Sue Harrison and Joanna Ward, co-founders of studentgems.com, explain how a 30,000 loan from South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) went towards upgrading and marketing their UK student jobsite.

Olga Kubassova, founder of Image Analysis in Saltaire, Bradford explains how 120,000 in grants from Yorkshire Forward went towards developing and patenting a prototype for radiology analysis software.

Eilidh Gilchrist, Operations Director of Giltech Ltd., explains how a 70,000 SMART fund from Scottish Enterprise went towards research and development, as well as patenting new intellectual property.

Vivien Johnston, owner/director of Fifi Bijoux Luxury Ethical Jewellery, explains how grants from Scottish Enterprise and Targeting Innovation went towards equipment, packaging, e-commerce, software, and overseas tradeshows.


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