Cambridgeshire-based Synergy Grill has garnered more than £250,000 of funding from private investors.
The successful initial round of funding is part of a larger fundraising process designed to implement the chargrill manufacturer’s growth strategy.
Synergy aims to make its British technology the natural ‘grill of choice’ for modern catering establishments, starting in the UK with the opportunity to spread globally.
The success comes after Synergy grills have been installed into over 200 dining outlets in the UK and South Africa.
Current clients include Galvin Hop, Assado, Hall & Woodhouse, McMullens & Sons, Firmdale Group, Peach Pubs, TLC Inns, Hook Naughton Brewery and Lovely Pubs.
Gary Evans, MD of Synergy Grill commented: “It’s a great bit of British kit. Chefs are happy as they have a grill that’s cool to cook over all day, fast, makes food seriously succulent and tasty and there’s no fat tray to clean daily.
“Proprietors are happy too as gas bills are halved; Synergy grills don’t need to be on all day because they heat up in 20 minutes which reduces the cost per plate and they don’t have to responsibly dispose of fatty waste any more.”
Chairman of Synergy Grill, Justin Cadbury, added: “British technology is winning through and chefs can now deliver a better and wider range of food products at a lower cost.
“Synergy is the first real change in grill technology for 20 years and has won several awards. Its financial payback is rapid, customers prefer the better food and chefs get safer cleaner kitchens.”