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Celebrating Wine & Something

Rob and Dale have raised £132,460.48 with us across three loans

6th October 2023

We wanted to showcase the recent achievements of Wine & Something. For the third time, Rob and Dale, the Directors of Wine & Something, returned to Crowd2Fund. Their excellent repayment record resulted in their campaign being fully funded within 7 days, averaging an impressive £7,768.72 raised per day!

What makes Wine & Something so appealing? And why do they return to Crowd2Fund? Keep reading to find out. 

Wine & Something, an eco-conscious wine distributor based in Guildford, boasts an exceptional array of small-batch wines. Established in 2019 by friends Rob and Dale, it combines their years of financial and marketing expertise with a deep passion for wine, complemented by their in-house Master of Wine. The wine selection at Wine & Something is extensive, offering nearly 100 different wines from seven countries spanning three continents. Additionally, they provide wine club memberships and wine-tasting experiences. Recently, Wine & Something has merged with another environmentally conscious wine company, Collectivino.

Over the course of three loans, they have raised a total of £132,460.48 with us, maintaining an outstanding repayment history. 

Nurturing relationships with entrepreneurs like Rob and Dale is truly exciting for us. Watching businesses grow from strength to strength is a triumph for us.  Thanks to your investments, we continue to support the growth journey of British businesses.

 

 

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