Grey4Gold is helping the innovative cycling apparel brand ArmaUrto access funding and bring their products to markets across Europe.
A children’s fashion retailer in Liverpool was near to giving up until she received the support of a business mentor funded through the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
With the support of a retail business mentor, Helen has a renewed focus and vision for her business and sales have already doubled versus the same time last year.
A fashion retailer says she is “more confident” for the future thanks to a campaign backed by the Welsh Government. Melanie Jenkins has sold ladies’ fashion for nineteen years from her shop called Mossies in John Street, Llanelli.
A fashion designer says she has increased her sales thanks to a campaign backed by the Welsh Government and mentored by Grey4Gold. Nicola Morrison studied fashion design at Yale College and sells her own clothes’ at her boutique Adore in Charles Street, Wrexham.
A fashion retailer says she has increased her sales thanks to a campaign backed by the Welsh Government and run with Grey4Gold. Michelle Smith sells ladies’ fashion and accessories from her shop called Divine in John Street, Porthcawl.
As the head of the town’s business forum, Jan is constantly striving to get the retailers in the town to work more closely together and she sees skills and training as being central to its success.
A successful Bicester-based bookstore is being taken to the next level thanks to the support of a retail business mentor programme funded by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
We are so thankful that skilful mentoring we’d received from you and Eddie, helped us have the tools to deal with the problems thrown at us