We want to fund a business to become the next Virgin

You can start a business that could grow to the size of Virgin, Topshop or Sports Direct using funding from Virgin StartUp Loans and we have 10 examples to prove it.

An infographic published by the Start Up Loans Company shows 10 self-made millionaires who started with funding under £25,000. Richard Branson, started Virgin with just £300, while Sir Phillip Green launched his first business with a £20,000 loan and and Mike Ashley founded Sports Direct with a £10,000 loan.

We're a delivery partner of StartUp Loans, and we give out funding ranging from £500 - £25,000 and have already helped to start hundreds of businesses, including Hairport, Ruuby and Yucoco.  The idea that you need £100,000’s to start a business is just an excuse made up by those who don’t want you to start. In fact, even if your business idea is one that requires serious amounts of cash, you could most probably still get the ball rolling through investing a smaller amount and proving demand first before you scale up.

Below is an infographic of 10 billionaires who started businesses with funding you can get through registering for a Virgin StartUp Loan – how far do you think your idea can go?

StartUp Loan Infographic