Creative UK

Creative UK – Creative Growth Finance

Gemma Colley

Creative UK – Creative Growth Finance

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We are the UK’s leading Creative Industries investor and a strategic investment partner for growth-minded creative businesses. We understand the needs of creative businesses and know how difficult it is to access finance from traditional sources. That’s why we’ve partnered with Triodos Bank on the Creative Growth Finance fund to offer loans of £100,000 to £1m that will help businesses to grow. 

Creative Growth Finance is a landmark fund providing vital scale up finance to a portfolio comprising some of the UK’s most promising creative businesses. Finance will be directed to post-revenue creative businesses presenting promising growth potential and who:

  • bring change, disruption and new IP to the creative industries
  • harness creativity with technologies and supporting businesses
  • are talent led

For more information and to check if your business is eligible, click here: Creative Growth Finance – Creative UK (

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