Rejuicenate, a small business run by Liverpool-based sibling trio Adil, Leith and Dina Taha has won British Business Bank's inaugural Good to Grow competition. The prize included a day's business consultancy with investor and entrepreneuer, Piers Linney, who is also a Non-Executive Dircetor of the British Business Bank.

Based in Liverpool, Rejuicenate manufactures cold-pressed juices which are stocked in select restaurants, cafes and gyms throughout the city. The founders entered the Good to Grow radio and social media competition run by the Bank in September.

Piers Linney, formerly of Dragon's Den, recently spent a day visiting the siblings in Liverpool. He was joined by friend and business associate Christian Coates, Founder of Soulmatefood, to get to know more about the business and provide bespoke advice.

Leith Taha, Co-Founder & CEO of Rejuicenate, said: "It was brilliant to have both Piers and Christian take time out to come visit us in Liverpool, and we learnt some very important ‘dos' and ‘don'ts' - making the day more valuable to us than the three months of business before it.

"They were both very interested in the strategy and layout of our business, and we are taking on board their advice and prioritising our local community in Liverpool. We'll be making some exciting changes to the product and then look to build the brand locally and provide the best cold-pressed juice in the city."

Piers Linney, Non-Executive Director at British Business Bank, said: "It was fantastic to meet with Rejuicenate at the start of their journey. They were all so passionate about the business, and I hope that Christian and I were able to add some real value.

"The British Business Bank helps smaller businesses look beyond the norm to explore the full range of finance options available in the UK. I know that every business has its own growth ambitions - some vast, some modest - but I don't believe there should ever be a limit on ambition. When the time is right for them, the Finance Hub will be able to help Rejuicenate take things to the next level."

The British Business Bank's Good to Grow campaign encouraged businesses to explore the Finance Hub, a digital information hub aimed at raising awareness of the finance options available to UK smaller businesses. The Finance Hub provides independent and impartial information for growing businesses and offers guidance for scale-up, high growth and potential high growth businesses using interactive content.