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BCW Manufacturing achieve long-term growth ambitions with support from Rosebud Finance.

Claire Whelan, Joint Managing Director of BCW Manufacturing discusses how Rosebud funding has impacted the firm and support their growth ambitions. 

Rosebud Pledges Support to Red Rose Awards

Rosebud Finance, alongside BOOST, are pledging support for the Red Rose Awards one of Lancashire's most prestigious ceremonies. 

Telecoms provider VSG aims for expansion with £100k Rosebud investment

VS Group Holdings (VSG), a telecommunications firm specialising in providing for the not-for-profit sector has secured a £100k investment for its expansion, through Lancashire County Developments Ltd’s Rosebud Fund – managed by GC Business Finance.

Rosebud fund makes two senior appointments

GC Business Finance has made two senior appointments to manage the £11.25m Rosebud fund created by Lancashire County Developments Ltd, with Matthew Robinson joining as Fund Manager and Jonathan Nelson taking the role of Senior Loan Account Manager.

GC Business Finance Appointed to £11.25m Rosebud Fund

GC Business Finance (GCBF) has been appointed to bring forward Lancashire County Council's £11.25m Rosebud business finance fund. Under the new package, the company will oversee loans from £10,000 to £300,000 for businesses in Lancashire over the next five years.

Rosebud loan puts car firm in the driving seat

Hand-made classic sports car manufacturer Mirage Automotive Developments is in pole position to drive global sales, thanks to a £25,000 loan from Lancashire County Council’s Rosebud Micro fund.

Display stand firm generates 400% growth thanks to Rosebud funding package

Display and exhibition stand business Display Wizard has quadrupled turnover and headcount, with the help of a loan and support from Lancashire County Council’s Rosebud Micro fund.

Glazing firm has clear vision of a prosperous future

High-end glazing solutions firm Anglezarke Designs carried out major improvements to its premises and expanded its workforce by 30 per cent, thanks to a £40,000 loan from Lancashire County Council’s Rosebud Micro fund.