FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Neville Morris had the dream to bring the taste of the Caribbean to Dewsbury. After over 20 years working in sales, he put his passion for good food and coffee to work, and with help from the Business Enterprise Fund and the Start Up Loans Company, Novo Coffee House was born.
The café has now been successfully trading since September 2014 and Neville is enjoying being his own boss for the first time. After gaining qualifications from Kirklees College, Neville found an ideal space in the centre of Dewsbury where he serves flagship coffee and food inspired from around the world.
The smell of freshly baked bread entices customers who enjoy the ‘coffee lovers atmosphere’ while light bites are ready to go for commuters on the move.
“The shop’s doing really well, it’s thriving. We get around 200 people in a day and at least 180 cups of coffee” he said.
The Business Enterprise Fund and Start Up Loans Company are there to help make your business dreams a reality. Find out more today: www.befund.org
Photographs: Neville Morris and Clr Paul Kane, Mayor or Kirklees.
Notes to Editors:
The Business Enterprise Fund provides loans from £500 to £150,000 to businesses that are unable to raise the finance they require from mainstream lenders. Lending up to 100% of the proposition across all sectors BEF has assisted over 2000 businesses since making its first loan in 2004.
Funding can be for all business needs including cash flow, assets and expansion plus those applicants with poor credit are also considered. In addition to their Bradford base, BEF operates from local offices in both York and Leeds and has recently expanded into the North East with an office in Darlington. In 2014 BEF has celebrated its 10th birthday.
The Business Enterprise Fund is a social enterprise and a Community Development Finance Institution, all our profits and reinvested in the company to further our social aims.
The Business Enterprise Fund, Devere House, Vicar Lane, Bradford, BD1 5AH
Tel: 07827 318692
The Business Enterprise Fund is a social enterprise that lends money to businesses in West & North Yorkshire & the North East, who are unable to get lending from the banks. As a social enterprise there are no share holders – all profits generated are reinvested into the business.
02 Feb 2017 09:30
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