We’ve helped countless businesses, see our case studies below.
E-Factor is dedicated to supporting local businesses, large and small with quality, professional and meaningful advice and guidance. Whether it is around a specific issue such as HR or Finance, or more general such as business growth or marketing, our qualified and experienced Business Advisors are on hand to help. In addition, E-Factor makes sure it connects businesses with funding opportunities, potential new business opportunities and of course with each other, making sure the local business community has every opportunity to thrive.
Cool Energy are manufacturers and suppliers of innovative renewable energy heat pumps for the domestic, commercial and industrial markets. The business was established in 2016 when John Fenty, Chairman, and Chris Gray, Director, recognised the enormous manufacturing potential for state-of-the-art heat pumps that can be easily and efficiently installed.
2018 was a monumental year for the Directors of Axholme Brewing Company. Will Douglas, and Shahram Shadan opened Grimsby’s first brewery in 50 years, Docks Beers. It has been a significant investment not only for the business, but for the greater regeneration of the area.
Since July 2018, Heartfelt Home Help has been assisting people across the Grimsby area with chores and everyday activities, providing any help they may need at home including cleaning, shopping, and accompanied visits to doctors and hairdressers. When Claire Riggall had the idea for the business, she knew to reach out to E-Factor for business support.
Hollie Grayson has recognised a niche within the North East Lincolnshire care sector; holistic massage treatments and a place for relaxation for people of all abilities and their carers. In May 2019, Hollie began her venture, The Rest Room, with the support of E-Factor Business.
Petit Delight, located in Cleethorpes’ popular Sea View Street, has been a much-loved brasserie and café in the resort for many years. In June 2019, it was taken over by James and Elena Robinson, who have firm ideas for the direction of the business and future of the venue.
Arcteq Limited, a respected engineering company is experiencing a surge in job applications after investing more than £70,000 into its facilities. Directors Rob Stratford and Steve Wrightham recognised a hurdle that could potentially slow the growth of the business, and so they began working with E-Factor Business.
Danny and Nickee Hall of Beast Burger have taken their much-loved street food business at Freeman Street Market and created a home delivery service, working from their own kitchen.
Dr. Sally Moorcroft and Helen Quirke, the sisters who established the integrative health centre Orchard Barn, have been sharing their expertise with the Lincolnshire community to provide holistic and medical support throughout the COVID-19 crisis.