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Case Study: Arctic Hayes

Posted 1st October 2016

Leeds-based Arctic Hayes is the UKís leading supplier of specialist safety, testing and servicing products to the plumbing and heating industry.

Case Study: Enjays Pancakes

Posted 1st July 2016

Enjays Pancakes is the UKís leading manufacturer of waffles and pancakes, supplying to the food service sector.

Case Study: Macbey Metal Limited

Posted 1st February 2016

Macbey Metal Limited, based in Huddersfield, is an independent manufacturer of pressed metal packaging for a wide range of everyday products including cosmetic and pharmaceutical goods, shoe polish, and whisky tube bases and closures. The companyís pressed tin plate closures are used by some of the countryís best known whisky brands to seal their bottle tubing while its aluminium screw caps are used to close personal care products.

Case Study: JBC Industrial Services

Posted 1st February 2016

JBC Industrial Services is family business, which services and repairs industrial boilers and combustion equipment. It was formed in 1978 by John Bashall and has offices in Hull and Leeds. 

Case Study: Boston Healthcare

Posted 1st August 2015

Boston Healthcare supplies over the counter (OTC) sun care, vitamin and acne products to some of the biggest pharmacy names on the high street including Boots, Superdrug and Lloyds as well as leading pharmacy multiples and independent pharmacies

Case Study: SNG Commercial

Posted 1st May 2015

SNG Commercial was established in 2010 by Simon Gunter, who identified a gap in the mid-tier laundry detergent market for a product which offered the credibility of the big-name brands, but at a lower, more affordable cost. 

Case Study: Bridgeton Steel Structures

Posted 1st January 2015

Bridgeton Steel Structures (BSS), based at Elvington near York, uses its own computer-aided design (CAD) software to design lightweight, steel-framed building systems, ranging from standard industrial units to architecturally-driven solutions.

Case Study: Wildacre Cosmetics

Posted 1st October 2014

A venture which began as a boutique business is set to scale new heights, having secured a £300,000 Equity Linked investment from Finance Yorkshire. 

Case Study: Centre Stage Uniforms

Posted 1st May 2014

Centre Stage Uniforms is a burgeoning young business established by brass band enthusiast Martin Gernon in 2009. An innate understanding of the financial constraints brass bands are under has seen Martin establish a business model which focuses on excellent quality and low cost sourcing from the Far East. 

Case Study: Control House

Posted 1st January 2014

It began life in the home of founder and Director Paul Summerskill, and 10 years on Control House counts Airbus and Londonís Olympic Park among its customer base. When it became clear that investment was needed for growth and working capital, the company approached Finance Yorkshire to help take it into its second decade. 

Case Study: Damson

Posted 1st August 2013

Founded by CEO James Talbot, York-based Damson Ltd specialises in the design and manufacture of high quality portable speakers. 

Case Study: Euphoria Cocktails

Posted 1st January 2013

Drinks company Euphoria Cocktails specialises in ready-made bottled cocktails. The company is the brainchild of Victoria Novis who established the firm in 2010 when she saw a gap in the market.

Case Study: GSE Research

Posted 1st October 2011

Leeds-based GSE Research is a specialist online scholarly publisher in governance, social responsibility, sustainability and environment for policymakers and practitioners. John Peters, the former CEO of Emerald Group Publishing, is re-entering the market with GSE Research Ltd, which is being partially funded by Finance Yorkshire. 

Case Study: Badgequo

Posted 1st August 2011

Badgequo has been trading for more than 25 years, during which time the company has developed a wide range of cosmetic and toiletry products which combine affordability and quality. The company designs and manufactures a wide range of branded gift sets and private label products for major high street retailers.

Case Study: Microdat

Posted 1st June 2011

Microdat is a Leeds-based brewery equipment manufacturer. An established business operating in a growing market, Microdat has seen extensive new product development over the preceding 12 months and, with a strong order book, the business is well-placed to take advantage of a number of significant opportunities.

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