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Forbidden Florist grows with finance

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Forbidden florist grows with finance

The Forbidden Florist is a small bar located in a bustling urban area in Pembrokeshire Town. It is home to a florally-designed space for dining and drinking, with 200 covers inside and 40 covers outside in the riverside seating area. Forbidden Florist aims to create a magnetic point of difference through innovative design and elegant décor and provide unique mixology, using locally-sourced ingredients. The owners, Leon, Esther, Mark and Angela, had been planning to renovate their restaurant to accommodate more customers and create a more inviting ambiance.

For the renovation, the owners were looking for financing options that would allow them to complete the project without compromising their cash flow. After researching various options, the owners came to Johnson Reed, due to our appetite to provide funding for small businesses. We were able to provide a flexible finance solution that was tailored to the unique needs of the Forbidden Florist.

The Forbidden Florist was able to use the funds provided by Johnson Reed to carry out the renovation as planned, including new furniture, kitchen equipment and lighting fixtures. The overall result was an enhanced atmosphere that helped to attract more customers to the restaurant.

Overall, the partnership between the Forbidden Florist and Johnson Reed was a success. The owners were able to secure the financing they needed to complete the renovation project and were able to do so by choosing a repayment term and monthly repayment amount that suited their cash flow needs. The end result was a restaurant that was more attractive to customers and better equipped to accommodate the needs of their growing business.

We look forward to seeing the continued growth of the Forbidden Florist!

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forbidden florist grows with finance