Supporting growth and recovery in Telford - SYST Business

Supporting growth and recovery in Telford

Supporting growth and recovery in Telford
Telford & Wrekin Council is offering new growth and recovery grants of between £2,000 and £10,000 to eligible SME Telford & Wrekin businesses. Businesses should read the overview of each fund, the eligibility criteria and guidance to determine if they are eligible to apply.
Available Funding Application Support

Growth Fund
Targeted at businesses looking to grow or expand as they continue to recover from any negative impacts associated with trading during the pandemic. Sectors prioritised will be manufacturing, engineering, professional services, logistics, wholesale, construction and environmental.

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Opening on:
21
September

Exceptional Fund
Further financial support for businesses that operate in the leisure, retail and hospitality sectors. Businesses must demonstrate that they have either experienced, or continue to experience, a severe and demonstrable negative impact as a result of on-going COVID restrictions, or indeed the continued effects of the pandemic upon trading.

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Opening on:
21
September

Social Enterprise Development Grant
Aimed at Social Enterprises that are looking to diversify, grow or expand as they continue to recover from any negative impacts associated with trading during the pandemic. Businesses operating within this field are expected to have a social or environmental mission that brings wider benefit to the local area.

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Opening on:
21
September

Specialist 1-2-1 Support
In addition to the grant funding options being made available to businesses, we are also supporting businesses to access dedicated 1-2-1 business consultancy support to navigate recovery out of the pandemic. Our business consultants can assist all sectors to develop plans for growth, business planning, diversification mapping, introducing new product lines, independent financial assessments through to the development of new websites.

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Opening on:
21
September

Originally published by Telford & Wrekin Council