The Business Growth Fund has now invested more than £1bn into UK growth companies since it closed a first deal in October 2011.
Low cost gym chain Xercise4Less has secured an equity and debt funding round worth £31m, as sales for the business have doubled year-on-year for the past three years.
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The Business Growth Fund has made its second investment in a week with STATS, a maker of specialist tools for oil and gas repairs.
Toy company Wow! Stuff, the “Dyson of the toy world”, has received investment from the Business Growth Fund.
As the Business Growth Fund announces its first Midlands investment in GCI Telecom Group, we analyse how useful the &pound;2.5bn war chest really is.
The Business Growth Fund has expanded its investment team.
The Business Growth Fund has partnered with the Scottish Venture Fund.
The Business Growth Fund has notched up its second deal in as many weeks.
The Business Growth Fund has denied that it will undercut existing firms investing in small businesses to secure bids, thereby dampening returns for the rest of the market.
The Business Growth Fund has made its first investment, investing in Benefex, a Bristol-based provider of online employee reward and benefit schemes.
At a Real Business debate in Sheffield yesterday, Vince Cable gave three reasons why Britain should be confident about its future and why it must put manufacturing at the centre of the economy.