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Case Studies

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Ollie and Fred

Ollie and Fred is an online and in-store retailer offering luxury scarves, faux fur purses and socks. The company is ran and owned by Katherine Kershaw who attended the Cheshire & Warrington Growth programme in Spring 2019. The company got off to a brilliant start gaining huge support from celebrities and influencers along with getting into well-established retail spaces. 

 

 

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Purple Banana Marketing

Purple Banana Marketing was set up by Sarah Edwards in January 2019. As a start-up company, Sarah was unsure of the direction she wanted her company to take
“Through going on the programme I have been able to crystallise what my business offer is, how I can be different in an already saturated market and who my ideal clients are.”

 

 

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Just Thai

Just Thai Kitchen is a Cheshire based business that specialises in creating authentic Thai ready meals. The company was founded by mother and son duo Nooch and Miles with the vision of producing handmade Thai dishes using authentic and quality ingredients to give consumers a true taste of Thailand.
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Life Coach Consulting

Life Coach Consulting is a career and performance coaching business for groups and individuals. Founder and entrepreneur Lisa Cox approached the University of Chester to develop her business skills through specialists masterclasses and workshops
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Global River

Global River is a Cheshire based business who create bespoke website designs to aid your company’s growth
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Putting Edge Ltd

Putting Edge Ltd is a corporate events and team building company. Transforming venues with portable, pop up and bespoke mini golf courses. They received business support from our programme via Manchester Metropolitan University.
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Townley and Co

When Townley & Co Accountants embarked on an expansion plan they contacted the Cheshire & Warrington Business Growth Programme to provide one-to-one business support.
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Mike Robinson

Mike Robinson was managing his embryonic start-up from home, when a local Environmental Health Officer suggested that NoWFood could help.
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Business Success

A former teacher has kicked off his business with a major success and support from the Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme.
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Nick Bartlett

When energy-tech entrepreneur Nick Bartlett set up Blue Sky Bio to help create a zero-carbon world, he had no idea the University of Chester would help him grow his business so quickly.
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Symfix

Symfix is a digital start-up company founded by Carmen Schoene and her partner Erik Penninga. Symfix is a new system designed to replace QR codes and provide a simpler and more direct link to the Internet. The technology is known as the Symfix badge and this uses a symbol code as a call to action in place of the QR codes that are currently used in marketing.
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Vicki Swinden

Vicki Swinden set up her Warrington based business, The Print Company, in 2010 despite struggling to secure funding. With the help of friends and Warrington Borough Council, she was able to secure a premises and start taking orders.
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Literacy Company

The Literacy Company works closely with schools to improve standards in English and to enhance the curriculum. They offer bespoke support and training for schools across the country. The team of dedicated consultants aim to encourage a love for literacy amongst teachers and students alike, by sharing inspirational and exciting texts.
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INTRO

INTRO is one of the UK’s leading matchmaking companies and provides an honest, professional and confidential matchmaking service to single people in Manchester, Cheshire and the North West.
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Independent Carers

Independent Carers Ltd aims to match people in need of care with independent, self-employed carers. They received business support from Manchester Metropolitan University to acquire skills in areas such as marketing and finance in order to facilitate business growth.

The Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme is a consortium of North West based partners set up to deliver business growth activities across priority sectors from 2016-2021.

With a £3.85m investment of European Regional Development Funding (ERDF) matched by investment by the three partner Institutions, this innovative programme brings together three key business support providers across Cheshire and Warrington to offer businesses access to a variety of services.

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