The Department for International Trade has launched its new Internationalisation Fund for eligible businesses in England. Match-funded grants of between £1,000 and £9,000 will be available for future activity (subject to eligibility and availability). To secure a grant, you will need to fund a proportion of your costs yourself. This varies according to where your business is based and will be either 40 or 50% of the total cost.
New rules apply to things like travel and doing business with Europe. Use this EU Exit checker to get a personalised list of actions for your business.
A list of various finance and support for your business
The government’s new scheme will help small businesses across the UK, learn new skills, reach new customers and boost profits.
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As a response to the Covid-19 situation, the Black Country LEP is working with partners to create a Black Country-wide job brokerage service. We aim to match employees at risk of redundancy with new vacancies in sectors experiencing a surge in demand such as food retail, distribution and care. The service also engages with employers needing to make redundancies to ensure a smooth transition for employees into new work.
Under the new Covid-19 Corporate Financing Facility, the Bank of England will buy short term debt from larger companies.
National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is a registered charity, working since 1976 to promote the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings for the benefit of communities across the UK, particularly in economically disadvantaged areas. The AHF exists to help communities find enterprising ways to revitalise the old buildings they love. We help them with advice, grants and loans. Our support acts as a catalyst for putting sustainable heritage at the heart of vibrant local economies. For over 40 years, we’ve been the leading social investor in creating new futures for historic buildings.
WRAP was established as a not-for-profit company in 2000; we became a charity in 2014. WRAP is one of the globe's leading sustainability charities. Based in the UK and with projects around the world we work with businesses, governments, citizens and charities to make the planet a healthier, safer place.
Productivity through People is a six-month national programme designed for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by Aston Business School and Be the Business, sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group. The programme is dedicated to providing SME leaders with access to the latest techniques, thinking and research central to transforming business productivity and working practices. This programme has received significant investment from its industrial partners. As a result the subsidised cost of this programme is £2,500 per delegate*.
To foster and maintain an economic growth and development of the Black businesses in Wolverhampton and create an environment in which businesses will flourish and contribute to overall economic activities of the region
The Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) has been designed to help provide much needed financial support for certain businesses where local restrictions are put in place or where a widespread national lockdown is announced. Including businesses that: have closed but do not pay business rates; and have not been forced to close, but mainly supply direct to the hospitality, events or leisure sectors.
Additional Restrictions Grant, which is designed to support both open and closed, non-rated businesses, or businesses that are severely impacted that require support in local areas. This scheme is discretionary.
Discretionary grants if business has been affected by restrictions. A discretionary scheme - business in industry mandated to close or have been effected by restrictions (no premises).
Additional Restrictions Grant (Discretionary Scheme) A discretionary scheme has also been announced to provide further support for: Businesses that have closed but do not pay business rates, and Businesses that have not been required to close, but are still severely impacted by national lockdown restriction.