Welcome to a brand new blog series, ‘Getting Growing’. In this series, we’ll be sharing the stories of some of our most creative entrepreneurs as they return to us here at Transmit Start-Ups for round two, a second loan to help them progress with their business even further.
If you run a business then we understand just how busy you are. It can be difficult to carve out time to spend with your friends and family, let alone take a few hours out of your day to enter your business into awards - but your business and your hard work deserves to be
You may remember we featured nutritious snack company, SoGud earlier this year as part of our Mega Milestones piece. So do pop over there for a read first and find out a little more about their start-up story. The company are now reaching almost two years in business, so we caught up with founder Terri
Commercial Director, Richard Myers, was invited onto The Industry Angel Business Podcast to discuss all things startups. From his own career path to what entrepreneurs should do when seeking finance.
Start-Up Loans have released: A new loan Assessment form A new Minimum Standards document A new Lending Policy They will immediately be used to assess eligibility of an applicant. Once eligibility for the scheme has been established, applications should be assessed against three key principles – creditworthiness, personal affordability and business viability. Applicants applying for
Second loans are now available through Transmit Start-Ups, to applicants who previously received a Start-Up Loan from us. The amount of the second loan added to the value of the current start up loan cannot exceed £25,000. The interest rate will still be 6%. The business must have been trading for at least six
What an exciting time it is for Transmit Start-Ups, we’re currently redesigning our website. As part of this process, we are also reviewing all of our marketing materials and would welcome your input on ways we can improve. We would like to hear from all of our partners with ideas on how we can
From 1st June, applications will be processed through a new platform which has been developed by Start Up Loans. This will mean some changes for how we work with you and your referrals. A new platform for processing loans is being rolled out by Start Up Loans, a product of the British Business Bank,