DWF advises Business Growth Fund on investment in Boost Juice Bars

DWF has advised the Business Growth Fund on its investment in TD4 Brands Limited, parent company to the group that owns Boost Juice Bars in the UK.

The Business Growth Fund, which offers long-term capital for small to medium sized companies, has invested £2.5 million into TD4 in order to help the group expand its juice bar network within the UK.

Advising the Business Growth Fund on the deal at DWF was Frank Shephard, head of DWF's Northwest Corporate team. Frank was supported by Vicky Barker, senior solicitor, and Will Munday at DWF.

Frank comments: "The Business Growth Fund offers a brilliant opportunity for British businesses and TD4 certainly has ambitious plans for its Boost Juice Bars, which have already proven to be very popular in the UK."

The Business Growth Fund invests between £2 million and £10 million in fast-growing British companies in return for a minority stake in the business and a seat on the board. The opportunity is usually open to companies turning over between £5 million and £100 million a year.

Frank Shephard

Partner - National Head of Corporate

I am Head of the National Corporate Team. I deal with all types of public and private company transactions, including M&A, Private Equity and Equity Capital Markets.