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Grants and Finance
 
In challenging economic times many business ambitions are restricted and their growth opportunities curtailed by traditional lenders declining, restricting, reducing and in some cases withdrawing their credit facilities.
 
 
 


Grants

Central government, EU regional funds, Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP) and charities do give grants of finance to develop businesses. They are unfortunately, hugely dependent on your post code and type of business sector you operate within. However, this should not deter anyone from making an application for monies that could very well enhance a business opportunity.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Corporate Finance

Here at VBP we focus on finding innovative and rapid solutions to your company's finance needs, especially through cost-effective alternatives for businesses that need to improve cashflow. 

VBP has teamed up with experts in a number of fields to provide tailored financial solutions that ensure that business finance flows to where it is needed, when it is needed.

We make searching the market for the best deal easy by doing it for you. We provide rapid access to class-leading finance including: Sales Ledger Finance;Asset and Lease Finance; Commercial MortgagesInvestment Finance; and specialist providers for more complicated cases. If you have been declined or restricted by your bank or want to see if we can reduce your currrent charges and Personal Guarantees, with our access to professional lenders who take a more flexible and tailored approach to funding your business, no matter what your situation, VBP and our partners are here to help.

 

Please note, VBP do not provide regulated financial advice. All financial solutions introduced by VBP are provided by suitably qualified and licenced providers. VBP and its associates act only as introducers and it is the responsibility of the recipient or consumer to ensure that any financial products provided are suitable for the intended purpose.