Edinburgh-based residential care specialist Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group Limited has secured a £26 million finance package and moved its full banking to HSBC to provide a platform for growth. Randolph Hill, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2015, owns and operates six residential care homes across central and east Scotland.
***Creative industries in UK creating new categories of entrepreneurs*** ***The ‘Athenapreneur’, the ‘Passionpreneur’, the ‘Boomerpreneur’*** ***Creative economy in UK growing faster than any other sector**** Creative industries in the UK, which are growing faster than any other sector, are driving the growth of new categories of entrepreneurs...
***HSBC supplies Chase International with debt protection and multi-currency invoice finance worth £500,000*** ***Cheshire-based Chase International expanding in Far East, Middle East and South Africa*** A Cheshire-based procurement company supplying mechanical spares to the petrochemical, power generation...
***HSBC package includes overdraft facility, credit line and EFG-backed loans*** ***Pai Skincare sells organic products for sensitive skin in Europe, Scandinavia, and North America*** Innovative British beauty brand Pai Skincare is set to launch at high-end department stores Le Bon Marche, Paris, and Fortnum & Masons, London...
A family-run childcare provider based in Bolton plans to expand its business after securing a new funding package from HSBC. AW Childcare, set up by Paul Brooks and Angela Wallace from their home more than ten years ago, will use the funding to establish a new day nursery.
Manchester-based scooter manufacturer, Swifty Scooters, is targeting growth after securing support and funding from HSBC. Husband and wife team Jason and Camilla Iftakhar who launched the innovative company’s original kick scooter the SwiftyONE to critical acclaim in 2011, has secured a new flexible business loan worth £40,000 from HSBC.
Engenda Group, a Cheshire-based provider of outsourced engineering services to a number of sectors including the oil and gas industry, has acquired Clark Eriksson, a project management and design services consultancy based in Falkirk, with the support of HSBC. The acquisition has been funded with the support of a £4 million short...
HSBC has partnered with Forward Ladies to launch today a UK-wide competition to identify and celebrate successful women entrepreneurs in a variety of fields. The national competition will promote Britain’s top women-in-business and will be held over a series of regional and national events open to any members of the Forward Ladies network.
Harrogate-headquartered Contract Natural Gas, one of the UK’s fastest growing and privately owned suppliers of gas to business, has secured a £25 million finance package and moved its full banking to HSBC to provide a platform for growth. CNG, which is celebrating its 21st year, was set up in 1994 following the deregulation of the gas industry.
Small businesses in the UK are embracing renminbi (RMB) to settle cross-border trade faster than other countries in Europe and North America, a survey from HSBC has indicated. The latest HSBC RMB internationalisation survey, which investigates businesses’ experience of - and attitudes towards - the Chinese currency in 14 major markets...