Fulflood Gallery and Framing
Alternative business funding from Quick Capital helped me to transform my company!
After selling stationery and craft supplies for 11 years, Cartridge Plus decided to carry out a complete company re-brand and expand their product offering to grow the business. Here’s their story.
Company owner, Keith Butcher, says “I had been framing pictures at Cartridge Plus for a couple of years, and it had turned into a very popular service. It was becoming much harder to compete with online shops selling stationery supplies, so I decided to shift the focus of the business to art and framing.”
As Keith’s new business plan developed, he decided to transform his Winchester shop into a gallery and gift shop to complement his framing services.
“What started out as a lick of paint turned into a much more substantial job, so I called Quick Capital to enquire about alternative business funding to cover my expenses while the shop was undergoing work.
I found Quick Capital’s alternative business funding straightforward, everything was done over the phone and the funds reached my bank account quickly which was really important at the time. Further down the line I decided to invest more money into the refurbishment, and I’d been so impressed with their speed and simplicity that I topped-up my alternative business funding through Quick Capital without hesitation!
The shop reopened as Fulflood Gallery and Framing in October 2016, and business has been booming ever since. The opening event was attended by hundreds of people, including our local mayor, and I have received lots of compliments about the work that’s been carried out.