Good to Grow winners meet Piers Linney for a day’s business consultancy

Rejuicenate – a Liverpool-based cold-pressed juice company – has won the British Business Bank’s first Good to Grow campaign competition.
The reward for the sibling-founded company was a visit from Piers Linney, Non-Executive Director at the British Business Bank, for a day of business consultancy from the former Dragon.
Along with SoulmatefoodLink opens in a new window Founder, Christian Coates, Linney provided bespoke advice to the early-stage business covering a range of topics including brand and finding the right market to target.
Linney said: “It was fantastic to meet with Rejuicenate at the start of their journey. They were all so passionate about the business, and I hope that Christian and I were able to add some real value.
“Competitions like this are amazing for small companies because typically they just can’t access this kind of advice.”
To enter the competition, businesses were asked to supply a few details about their business and tell the British Business Bank how they thought their business would benefit from a consultation.
Leith Taha, Co-Founder and CEO at Rejuicenate, said: “It was brilliant to have both Piers and Christian take time out to come visit us in Liverpool, and we learnt some very important ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ – making the day more valuable to us than the three months of business before it.
“They were both very interested in the strategy and layout of our business, and we are taking on board their advice and prioritising our local community in Liverpool.”

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