Case studies Case studyFundingGrowthRetail & WholesaleLondon and South East EnglandPedals power ambitious growth for Whyte BikesFounded in 1999, Whyte Bikes design and run their sales operation from their UK office in East Sussex, employing 25 people. Read more View all Case studies Case studyExpansionFundingGrowthEducationYorkshire and North East EnglandIt pays to be Clever Clogs following latest acquisition dealOpened in 2007, Clever Clogs operates two children's nurseries in the North East of England, with both sites being rated outstanding by education regulator, Ofsted. Read more View all Case studies Case studyExpansionFundingHealthcare & PharmaciesLondon and South East EnglandMedipharmacy prescribed funding to support in expansion plansMedipharmacy Group is an independent NHS community pharmacy chain based across London, Kent, Surrey and West Sussex with 20 pharmacies. Read more View all Case studies Case studyFundingGrowthTechnology, Media and TelecomsYorkshire and North East EnglandAnswer Digital puts employees at the heart of business transformationBased in Leeds and London, Answer Digital Ltd are a provider of digital transformation and software development to the NHS, retail, automotive and financial sectors. Read more View all Case studies Filter case studies by 0 filters selectedClear all filtersTopics Narrow your search hereShow all topics (32)Funding (9)Growth (8)Expansion (5)International (4)(-)Acquisition (2)Coronavirus (2)CBILS (1)Export (1)Sectors Narrow your search hereShow all sectors (7)Professional services (3)(-)Manufacturing (2)Healthcare & Pharmacies (1)Technology, Media and Telecoms (1)Regions Narrow your search here(-)Show all regions (2)Scotland and Northern Ireland (1)Yorkshire and North East England (1) AcquisitionFundingGrowthManufacturingScotland and Northern IrelandM Squared at the cutting edge of innovation and growthEstablished by royal charter in 1964, Lancaster University has over 18,000 students and employs in excess of 2,600 staff members. AcquisitionFundingManufacturingYorkshire and North East EnglandClear growth ambitions for Clayton Glass strengthenedFounded in 1956, Clayton Glass is one of the UK’s largest and oldest glass manufacturers. Operating across four separate sites, they employ over 400 people and deliver nationwide.