A self-made florist hopes her expansions plan won't be cut back by her poor credit history, and an ex-soldier swaps his desk for the dales as he starts his own tour guide business.
Hard-working Hertfordshire florist and mum of three Collette worries that her poor credit history could prune her plans to open a new shop. Keen to secure a prime position in a shopping centre so she can grow her floristry business, she turns to an ethical lender for £5,000.
In Yorkshire, former soldier Nick goes it alone as a tour guide. Using his own savings and a £5,000 loan, he has been able to swap his desk for the dales as his tours have become a roaring success.
At the Bristol credit union, Marilyn needs £350 to buy a new cooker, and, faced with a recession and no employment, a pair of graduates decide to create their own jobs by setting up a fashion workshop in Scotland with the help of £12,000.
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|Executive Producer||Claire Simpson|
|Executive Producer||Rob Carey|
|Series Producer||Angela Davison|
|Production Manager||Laura Tjia|
|Production Company||Curve Media Ltd|