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17 May 2022

New member benefit: Find funding and get bespoke support with FundOnion


FundOnion and BPCA have teamed up to help pest management companies secure funding for growth. 

32 FInding funding for your pest management business with british pest control association BPCA and fundonion is a leading commercial finance brokerage that helps UK small businesses identify available financing options using their unique online platform. 

Created by industry professionals, FundOnion provides an easy and free-to-use platform to help educate businesses about finance with high street and specialist lenders. 

Supporting business growth 

James Robson, CEO of Fund Onion, said:

“FundOnion is extremely excited to be partnering with the BPCA to help their members navigate the world of business finance. 

With our unique funding search engine and leading-class support team, I believe we are well-placed to assist BPCA members to grow their businesses, acquire necessary assets, or complete industry acquisitions. We look forward to helping pest management firms across the UK achieve their business ambitions and peel back the layers of commercial finance.

James Robson, FundOnion

“Our service is free-to-use, but we’re offering exclusive free consultations to BPCA members”.

FundOnion has already received over £30 million in funding enquiries since the beginning of 2022.

James continued:

“Over 50% of small businesses don’t succeed in finding funding when they need it. We help you get the funding you need with lenders relevant to you”.

BPCA Chief Exec, Ian Andrew said:

“All too often, it isn’t ambition that stops SMEs growing - it’s cash. We’ve teamed up with FundOnion because their platform is transparent and comprehensive. 

“We understand that getting a business loan can be daunting, so arranging a free consultation is a great first step for any curious members”.


To find out more or book a consultation, look at the BPCA page on the FundOnion site now.

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