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An ambitious Scunthorpe-based manufacturer, Fair Share Group Ltd, is on track to increase its workforce and launch an innovative new product to market over the next 12 months following a £70,000 investment from UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE). This investment accompanies a further internal £130,000 investment from the Donaldson family, the owners of the business.

Liz Childerley has big-brand experience in sales and marketing - and now she’s offering her skills to help small businesses.

A Glasgow-based charity that uses music to help criminal offenders re-integrate into society is singing a little louder thanks to a funding boost from UK Steel Enterprise. 

Recruitment consultants who opened a North-East office on Teesside less than a year ago have seen demand grow so fast that they have now doubled their office space to accommodate a growing team. 

A Kilmarnock school that caters for pupils with additional support needs has installed a new state-of-the-art mobile sensory unit after receiving money from UK Steel Enterprise.

Up to 500 P6 pupils from five Glasgow schools will enter the world of entrepreneurship thanks to funding from UK Steel Enterprise. 

A music-loving Rotherham-based duo have launched their own business specialising in rare records and music memorabilia at the town’s Centenary Indoor Market thanks to funding from the UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) Kickstart Fund.

An ambitious Sheffield internet marketing company that specialises in increasing the online revenue of SMEs and larger businesses is set for further expansion following an £80,000 investment from UK Steel Enterprise. 

A North Lincolnshire-based entrepreneur has been able to fulfil a life-long ambition of establishing an equine therapy and rehabilitation business after receiving funding from the UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) Kickstart fund. 

UK Steel Enterprise has stepped in with £2,500 to help an amateur boxing club in Middlesbrough that is fighting hard to buy desperately-needed equipment.