Save Britain Money has faced some major challenges in the 12 months since it achieved a top ten finish in the Fast Growth 50. The core of the Save Britain Money business has always been home insulation, in 2012 alone 250,000 energy saving measures were arranged. However, the CERT grant that facilitates these free installations came to an end in December 2012. This, coupled with a delay to the highly anticipated government Green Deal scheme and a difficult start and new compliance obligations surrounding the new ECO grants, forced SBM to look again at its operation. The result was a new work flow system that ensured quality and compliance throughout the supply chain. This review has now paid dividends as after a difficult first quarter SBM are now establishing themselves as a key installer of loft and wall insulation and boiler replacements through ECO funding. On the financial side of the business, PPI reclaims slowed down and SBM exited the market after several very successful years. With this income flow closed the group returned to its entrepreneurial roots and launched three new financial products; free pension reviews, insurance products and help for mis-sold mortgages. Although all three products are still in their infancy, the insurance markets are already looking like being SBM’s next success story.