E-Factor Group Ltd
E-factor Group is dedicated to providing real support to small and medium businesses. Using one to one support from SFEDI accredited coaches, business workshops and outstanding networks, we aim to respond to every request for help. If we are unable to provide the answer you can be sure we will get you the name and number of the organisation that can.
We believe that small businesses are the backbone of this regions economy and need to be given the right kind of support at the time its needed. No two businesses are the same, and the last thing they need is a lot of preordained ‘support packages and tick boxes. e-factor is run by business people and we understand that whether you need support to respond to a new opportunity, help with financials, HR issues or simply the need for an objective professional, supporting you in growing your business, we will first listen to what you need and only then do all we can to help you make your business a success.
- Regions: North East Lincolnshire
- Address 13 Dudley st Grimsby DN31 2AW
- Telephone 01472 252780
- Website View website
Business Support & Offered Services
E-Factor Group Ltd offers 1services.
E-Factor Business is an organisation that works to provide local business support through one to one support from qualified Business Advisors, local business networks, business workshops and events.
E-Factor Group Ltd is hosting 1 upcoming events.
24th June 2019 9:00 am
- Start:24th June 2019 9:00 am
- End:9th June 2019 4:30 pm
- Location: The Kingsway Hotel
- Organiser:E-Factor Group Ltd
- North East Lincolnshire
E-Factor Group Ltd offers 1 advisors.
E-Factor Group Ltd has 9 case studies.
A grant of £54,000 from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s £8m ‘Growing The Humber’ programme has helped the brewery to expand its operation to Grimsby, creating new jobs, due to growing demand for its beer.
The LEP funding brings the project’s total spend to £200,000. Director Will Douglas said:
“It’s awesome to see works begin on site and to see the first pictures of the new tanks being specially made for this building. “We’re investing substantially in much bigger brewing kit than
Marshall Brewson, a compressed air specialist based on Westside Business Park, has been awarded a £13,500 grant to put toward a £27,000 project to purchase a state of the art HPC screw compressor with management system which enables adaptive three dimensional control, integrated web server and teleservice. The system will enable the 23-year-old firm to show potential customers the benefits of investing in new equipment. In addition they have been able to update their IT systems within the company.
Expansion plans are being progressed at 12-year-old business Abatis Fire and Security Group Ltd, having secured £20,000. The specialist in the design, installation, maintenance and repair of fire and security systems to commercial and residential premises, is now offering additional services, such as in house servicing of fire extinguishers.
And diversification into the solar pv and LED lighting sectors meant the current configuration of their premises was no longer appropriate.
The matched funding provided by Abatis, of South Humberside Industrial Estate, will
Established nearly 100 years ago, Fowler and Holden, based in Grimsby, has two divisions – a foundry and an engineering workshop. Enquiries from the sub-sea market and the renewables sector have grown with the development of the facilities in and around Grimsby.
In order to fulfil their requirements, a £31,000 grant was awarded to support a £70,000 project to commission two new furnaces and purchase new equipment. This is the start of a £300,000 investment programme the company plans to roll
Famous 4 Framing Ltd
A new business established on the Enterprise Village in North East Lincolnshire to provide high quality framing services to companies in the memorabilia market. Associated with Famous Memorabilia, which has for the last 15 years outsourced its framing needs to a number of factories in the South East, it is now planning to expand on the number of brands it frames products for in the market place.
The client has identified further opportunities with the likes of football
GSB Print and Design Ltd
The business was established in 1975 and has since grown into one of the area’s leading printers through continual re-investment in state of the art printing machinery and the acquisition of a competitor in 2012.
With a wide customer base across both the public and private sector they have now identified an opportunity to capitalise on the interest being generated around an innovative new HSE reporting pad they have designed which has already been taken up by
Elite Crete Systems UK LTD
The company imports and distributes decorative concrete overlays systems and epoxy resin flooring products for use in the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. ECS UK has been operating for just over 12 months and in that time has developed a customer base both here in the UK as well as abroad. From its basic range of products the operation has expanded to include a line of overshoes for the flooring and paving markets and an enhanced
Haagense Wardrobes & Kitchens Ltd
A growing family business which needs significant investment in a new CNC machine to increase factory output in order to meet increasing demand. Working with E-factor to produce a set of robust supporting documentation, the operations manager Luke Haagensen has successfully applied for a Regional Growth Fund grant to help with the purchase.
A grant of £37,500 has been received against a total project cost of £125,000 and it is anticipated that a full time operator’s position
The family business has been successful in taking advantage of the Regional Growth Fund grants to enable the purchase and installation of new machinery to take place in order to take advantage of the growing renewables market in the offshore industry. The company received a modest grant of £6,424 against a total project cost of £12,500 and expects to create 2 full time posts and one part time position over the next three years. It also plans to introduce