A Growth Grant helped Malt the Brewery attend customer-facing events which boosted sales, raised their profile and created new jobs.
A Growth Grant from Bucks Business First helped fund an innovative and bespoke website which has increased Bradbury Track’s sales by 40%.
What do you do when you can’t quite reach your target market? For Helen Pethybridge, this meant exploring the perks of co-investing in BBF.
Pinpoint Marketing have utilised member offers, meeting room space, articles in the newsletter, the online directory & more.
"Every step made us realise that we needed another type of support, and when we needed it, Buckinghamshire Business First provided it.”
JUNE MEDICAL have had quite the positive experience with apprentices, showing that apprenticeships really are good for all.
A conversation with BBF's business support team led to one entrepreneur securing two years of mentoring and a raft of helpful guidance.
Bid writer and coach, Dr Holger Garden, met a fellow Buckinghamshire Business First member at a Buckinghamshire Business Leaders’ Dinner...
Dustaway founder Marnie Logan received expert support from the Growth Programme and her cleaning company saw a sales and turnover increase.
Andy McCready needed specialist guidance on how to attract the funding his business needed, and the Fit4Funding service duly delivered it.
The award-winning business has benefited from one-to-one support which includes strategy sessions and free sales and marketing workshops
Epoq IT found a star apprentice at 'Bucks Talent Tuesday’, coming away with a great impression of the event and apprenticeships in general.
Mike Iddon of Insight & Advice got in touch with the Growth Programme in order to pursue business growth opportunities. Read his story.
When the new-look BBF website launched in 2016, Your Print Solution was one of the first to take advantage of the opportunities it created.
Accessing tourism support and forging local partnerships has helped The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre build a solid platform for growth.
Eat at the Works benefited from skills advice, workplace training, and a £150 voucher from Buckinghamshire Skills Brokerage.
Mark Walker invested in Buckinghamshire Business First and quickly set about taking advantage of the many benefits he gets as a result.
PCL Corporatewear will keep more work in-house, save time and costs and increase profits after a £2,300 grant helped purchase a new printer.
Chiltern Foods has opened a state-of-the-art facility thanks in part to a £50,000 SEMLEP Capital Grant delivered by the Growth team.
A small business received the support it needed in the shape of a £1,000 Growth Grant which enabled a new member of staff to join the team.
The kind of member we like the most is one who keeps coming back to engage with us - which is why we are so fond of Urban Front!
Brace IT took advantage of government incentives to hire & train apprentices and enjoyed the rewards of putting their faith in youth.
Neil Morgan talks about why he loves the enhanced business profile that he gets as a result of investing and becoming a Stakeholder member
A Buckinghamshire business owner has received valuable support to help his business achieve its growth ambitions.
A £1,000 Growth Grant enabled a digital service to provide even more free-to-use data and information on Brexit to Buckinghamshire SMEs.
L & C Carpentry were in need of funding at short notice for a vital piece of equipment, and the Growth Programme delivered in record time!
With expertise comes opportunity, as BBF Ambassador Mathew Moslehi discovered when hosting his own member to member workshop.
Tracey Blake believes her business can be worth £6m in 5 years. Joining the Fit4Funding service gave her the support she needs to grow.
David Humpston received a £5,000 Velocity Growth Grant to help his business, Viewpoint, get off the ground.
Business Leaders’ Dinners in Buckinghamshire enable connections of real value to be made between the county's brightest business minds.
The BBF website is intended as a first stop shop for businesses in need of support. Business owner Richard Bateman can attest to this.
The BBF events programme is incredibly varied, but one thing all events have in common is that they create great networking opportunities.
BBF makes it easier for members to do the day to day things by providing work spaces and meeting rooms for businesses like Whispercam.
A business’s luxury scarf range now benefits from a full e-commerce presence thanks to a new website part-funded by a £1,000 Growth Grant.
JUNE Medical have benefited from a UKTI referral, making great business connections and getting the stamp of approval by winning an award.
With Buckinghamshire Business First's assistance you can secure financial support to help your business grow and develop new products.
BBF provided help and funding that enabled Licx to produce a broader range of products far quicker than they would otherwise have done.
Bruce Petty has seen his business idea go from concept to reality thanks to start-up support from Buckinghamshire Business First.
"Buckinghamshire Business First’s expert team guided us through all of the business support and funding that is available.”
Andrew Giles became a Partner investor of Buckinghamshire Business First and could only have dreamt of the positive impact it would have.
"Since becoming a member of Buckinghamshire Business First I have become a raving fan!" says Karen Moule, Enterprise Marketing
Find greater prominence and exposure on the Buckinghamshire Business First website - just like Jacqui Hogan did by becoming a BBF Partner.
NanoString Technologies is a Seattle Headquartered provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostics.
Low Carbon Workspaces helped one Buckinghamshire-based manufacturer to display their products in a whole new light thanks to a £1,500 grant.
A results coach details her business journey and how Buckinghamshire Business First has helped, and shares the 6 key lessons she has learnt.
With the help of a Low Carbon Workspaces grant, Point of Difference have entrenched energy-efficient features into their workspace.
The FOUR Group and Epoq IT met at a Bucks Business First event and formed a business relationship that benefits them...
ARANZ Geo was formed in 2004 to market and develop the ground breaking 3D implicit modelling software Leapfrog...
The business is revolutionising the laundry service market with its “best for the planet” approach, helped by a Low Carbon Workspaces grant.
Mediplus was formed 28 years ago by Bob Urie, a man with a desire to create a family legacy that will last for generations.
After setting up Medical Supermarket four years ago, Nick Coleman and Udhi Silva set about trying to grow their business.
Managing Director Mike Edwards was on the lookout for funding that would help him advance Meteor Power’s R&D...
The local business is using 40% less water thanks to a new initiative, and has been on a mission to develop more eco-friendly processes.
Takeda’s broadening portfolio and strong UK growth meant it was in need of new headquarters befitting its status...
Buckinghamshire Business First members Snaffling Pig Co. stepped into the spotlight and received £70,000 of investment through Dragon’s Den.
A clear vision, an innovative strategy and membership to Buckinghamshire Business First lead to rapid growth for Ignite Technology.
The last shop in Wigginton village shut its doors years ago, but thanks to local residents and a LEADER grant, a new shop is now thriving.
Second-generation dairy farmers have embarked on plans to diversify and drive sustainable growth thanks to a £19,000 LEADER Programme grant.
A farmer with no previous catering or butchery experience was given the confidence to diversify thanks to a £16,000 LEADER Programme grant.
Haddenham Garden Centre has undertaken a long-awaited expansion thanks to a grant from the LEADER Programme.
What draws a foreign-owned company to a certain location to base their UK headquarters? Danish-owned Monodraught think they know the answer.
When a business makes the difficult decision of relocating, one thing they need is a business support network close by.
The Chiltern Ice Cream Company purchased an electric Renault Kangoo with the aid of a Low Carbon Workspaces grant to use for distribution.
3 Way Display's accessed support to future-proof the business and drive up efficiency to provide a rigorous platform for future growth.
ANT Telecom has changed its approach to its workforce, customers, markets & technologies thanks to help from the Growth Advice programme,
A Low Carbon Workspaces grant helped Seymour Taylor forge a sustainable business that has a positive impact on the environment.
Thanks to VBAS, Orchard View Farm Owner Jim Mackellar stepped away from the day-to-day tasks and focused on business development.