Ross Carlin of The Good Food Group secures client a headline spot at major UK retailer with the help of Fleximize's speedy funding solutions
- Consultancy service
- Traded 4 years
- Based in Mansfield
Reason for funding
Launch of new product line
- Flexiloan unsecured
- Fixed repayments
- £25,000 over 24 months
- Cash to cover stock order
- Savings with early repayment
Cash flow, or lack of, is one of the most common growing pains for new and seasoned business owners alike. Research suggests that poor cash flow causes over 80% of all small business closures, an issue that has only intensified since the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aligning business expansion with financial stability is a balancing act that Ross Carlin, founder and managing director of The Good Food Group, knows too well.
Ross established The Good Food Group in 2018 to help undiscovered brands break into competitive markets while supplying big retailers with new and exciting product lines. With a wealth of previous experience in the global health and wellness space, Ross was committed to using his industry insight, resources, and network to propel businesses to greater heights.
Instant success story
The company’s services were an instant hit. From product development to sales strategy, Ross and his team quickly made a name for the flourishing agency as a valued retail partner by offering their wide-ranging expertise to buyers and sellers nationwide. Powered by word-of-mouth referrals, The Good Food Group has become official supplier to 12 major retailers, including Morrisons, Superdrug, and Selfridges.
In 2020, The Good Food Group launched The Buyer’s Discovery Club. This online matching platform connects retailers and brands based on category, price, margin, and other features. After proving the business model and catapulting a number of brands into high-profile stores, Ross’ venture was rapidly expanding.
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