Watch out Indiana’s bones... Temple of Groom opens in Grimsby

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 6 Aug 2018

POOCHES have a new place to be pampered with the opening of a dog grooming parlour in Grimsby. 

Temple of Groom, a fully refurbished unit in Pasture Street, has been established by Sandra Turner. 

She initially started the business in 2015, working from home, but the time had come to develop the business to accommodate her growing client base. 

Sandra said: “I was very lucky having three years of business behind me but I wanted to move away from my home. The space is brilliant.”

Temple of Groom opened following a £6,000 investment, which was secured with the help of E-Factor’s business support team. 

E-Factor’s Growth Hub Business Advisor, Tim Maddinson, helped Sandra create a business plan, searching for a suitable premises, and arranged a meeting with Jane Cusse of Finance for Enterprise. She assisted in the successful application of a loan, to go towards the refurbishment of the space and the purchasing of new equipment. 

Sandra, a qualified dog groomer, said: “E-Factor have been brilliant. Tim and Jane have been very helpful and made the whole process seamless.”

Mr Maddinson added: “Sandra has demonstrated the value of producing a robust business plan to give herself and the funders confidence in her business idea. We wish her all the best for the future.”

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