Ireland's rich literary heritage is one of the things that makes our little island count amongst the cultural heavyweights of the global stage. From Joyce, Kavanagh and Yeats to Bowen and Binchy, our authors and poets have produced some of the world's best known and best loved works.
The vast range of SME's seeking finance through Linked Finance is undoubtedly one of our strengths; if you're a lender you are bound to find an interesting business to support and borrowers can be confident that no matter how niche your industry, our community will support you and fulfil your loan. Our latest borrower update comes from Taskforce Security. Since its formation in 2009, Task Force has established itself as a leading provider of Security
Services in Dublin and across Ireland. The team have a combined 50 years experience in the security industry and pride themselves on the quality of their service, offering a broad range of services and the very best in security technology.
Here in Ireland we are lucky to have a wonderful tradition of baking, from the humble buttermilk soda to the glorious blaa, we've been baking great bread for years. That tradition has continued right through to this very day. Last year Linked Finance lenders supported Cathal O'Donohue and the Penny Loaf Co.
We're very lucky to have worked with a number of brilliant SME's over the last 2 years, every week we're going to be bringing you an update on previous borrowers to see how their Linked Finance loan has helped them. This week it's Artisan Gourmet Food Company's turn in the spotlight.
If you take a browse around our marketplace, you'll notice a huge variety in the range of businesses looking to get finance through Linked Finance. Since our inception we've had everything from nursing homes to food producers to craft breweries. The thing they all have in common is they are great businesses who decided to move away from traditional financing sources and go the Linked Finance route - all with incredible success. One such company was Trouble Brewing from Kildare.