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Grant Funding for SMEs in West Midlands

Grant Funding for SMEs in West Midlands

The Birmingham Post Growth Fund has just secured £5 million to invest in small and medium sized enterprises in the West Midlands. The objective is to create at least 250 new jobs and encourage skill building among businesses to maximise their investment.


The fund is designed to help businesses move their ideas forward by supplying the necessary cash, marketing and training investment. This will ultimately create permanent jobs and strong and viable businesses in the West Midlands.


Details of the fund

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Grants are available between £10,000 and £100,000

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The organisation must match the investment

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In order to receive the grant, businesses must demonstrate growth, recruitment, training and marketing


What do you need in order to qualify?

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Your business must have less than 250 employees

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Your business cannot be a recipient of grant funding within the last three years

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Your business plan must involve the creation of jobs in the next twelve months

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Your business is unable to get a loan or further credit


If you would like to learn more about the fund or are interested in making an application, please contact us on andrew@jamesstanley.co.uk.

 


 

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