Broken Fashion is an online disability aid company founded by Graham Mckay in August 2016. The company was established after a motorcycle accident left Graham unable to use his left arm. Having to use the same plain blue NHS arm sling for two years provided the inspiration that Graham needed to establish
his own company, one dedicated to making trendier alternatives. Graham currently runs Broken Fashion by himself (with the occasional help from his family) from his home in Grantham where he imports plain white slings from China and prints them...
For the past 18 years DoorTechnik has been designing and manufacturing high-security doors for customers across the globe.
In 1999, Graham White, DoorTechnik’s founder, took the decision to branch out from the family farming business and enter what he believed to be a growing and exciting market.
Incorporated as a Limited company in 2007 DoorTechnik now specialises in the manufacture of steel and glazed doors built to the highest specifications. Primarily the business sells to clients within the commercial, hospitality and service sectors but will also take commissions for high end residential properties or residences that need enhanced security.
Operating from Thorpe on...
About Red Herring Games
In 2007 Jo Smedley set about trying to raise funding to start up her own coffee shop in Grimsby. As a crime author she had already devised a number of murder mystery games for local church youth groups so thought that selling a few of her well received games would be a good place to start!
To her surprise and delight the Murder Mystery games took off and by 2013 Jo had well and truly shelved the coffee shop idea to focus solely on designing and selling more games, running her own Murder Mystery themed events under the...
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Psychagogia are a tour organiser who provide specialised holidays combined with therapy for people on the autism spectrum and their families. Through the Innovation Programme they received grant funding and worked with an academic from the School of Psychology to develop an innovative, autism specific, person-centred model for planning and delivering inspirational Sensory Integration Holidays in popular destinations.
A.S. Whitaker & Sons, a specialist bodywork repair company, recently received a grant towards new spraying equipment and cleaning rooms in order to diversify their business services.
Bernard Holmes Precision Ltd, a specialist CNC machining and prototype company, recently received a grant towards automated machinery to improve its efficiency.
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