Whether you are a new business starting out, an existing business looking to grow or would like to develop your workforce, there may be a suitable source of funding available to help.
Grants to help with business development are available from a variety of sources, such as the Government, European Union, local authorities and some charitable organisations. These grants may be linked to business activity or a specific industry sector and some may also be linked to geographical areas.
We are committed to facilitating an environment which helps small and medium sized enterprises (up to 250 employees) to set up and grow. To do this, a programme of business grants has been developed, aimed at:
- Businesses operating from home.
- Encouraging business start-ups.
- Helping existing businesses to grow.
T:01684 272249 E:email@example.com
Businesses in the borough may be eligible for small business rate relief T:01684 272034 E:firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LEADER scheme is part of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) and grants are available to support micro and small business growth in the area T:01594 812 608 E:Neil.Batt@fdean.gov.uk
The foundation provides a comprehensive range of business support and microloan funding for start-ups and small businesses T:01242 513232 E:email@example.com
The website offers a Business Support Finder to help businesses search for grants, loans, expertise and advice
Funding can also be found through a number of sources including: