A business which provides advice to companies to help them become more energy efficient is expanding with funding from The North West Fund for Micro Loans, managed by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
Inteb Managed Services Limited is a low energy and sustainability company set up in 2010 by Colin Jones to help businesses devise, implement and manage their energy and carbon emissions strategies in order to become more efficient and save costs.
Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF) is looking to appoint a new Non-Executive Director to its board.
About MSIF: MSIF and its subsidiary company Alliance Fund Managers (AFM) provides loans and equity finance up to £2million+ to businesses predominantly in the Liverpool City Region but also across the wider North West.
A recycling and waste management business is launching a new manufacturing facility with funding from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and The North West Fund for Micro Loans, both of which are managed by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
Jem Recycling & Waste Management Limited provides comprehensive waste and recycling services to dispose of packaging, office and hazardous waste.
A company which creates software for analytical testing in laboratories has been backed by funding from the Regional Growth Fund and The North West Fund for Micro Loans, managed by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
CSols is the brainchild of Dr Phil Goddard who set up the company which is based at The Heath in Runcorn 15 years ago.
A new business in Southport is tapping into the micro-brewery trend with backing from Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF)
Brewhooha Project Limited t/a Tap and Bottle is a beer bar & bottle shop which has been opened by Julian Burgess, a self-confessed beer geek and specialist beer enthusiast.
Fund manager MSIF says the award of RGF funds will significantly increase the amount of investments it makes in businesses across the North West region.
MSIF has been awarded funds by the government’s Regional Growth Fund as part of a £50.4m pot which is the final round of funding before the general election in May.