Wednesday, 12 Jun 2019 09:24 GMT

Streamline Press lands £250,000 funding package

Leicester-based commercial printer Streamline Press has secured a funding package worth £250,000 from MEIF Maven East & South East Midlands Debt Finance to support its profit improvement and growth strategy.

Streamline Press splits its services across to two sites, offering its customers lithographic, digital and large-format print services, as well as in-house print finishing and mailing.

Mark Lockley, managing director at Streamline Press, says the funding will help the company stay market relevant by increasing its ability to innovate, improve production capability, expand its operations team and support its overall growth strategy.

“Our company is much more than print, with knowledgeable, experienced people who have spent their working lives in the world of print – we are passionate about ensuring that they continue to grow with us on this journey,” he says.

“The funding will help us to achieve just that, enabling us to improve profits, grow the business and realise our full potential.”

The funding will help us to achieve just that, enabling us to improve profits, grow the business and realise our full potential

MEIF Maven East & South East Midlands Debt Finance is managed by Maven Capital Partners.

Richard Altoft, investment director at Maven adds: “This is an exciting opportunity to lend to an established and growing business with a strong management team. The deal will enable Streamline Press to grow the business.

“We are delighted to support the company’s growth plans and continue to contribute to economic development in the East and South East Midlands.”

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