Advice and Grant Scheme

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  • Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) Debt Fund East & South-East Midlands

    Loans of between £100k - £1.5m to support the growth of established businesses who cannot secure commercial funding, across Greater Lincolnshire.

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  • Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) Small Business Loans Fund East & South-East Midlands

    Loans of between £25k - £150k to support the growth of start-up and established businesses who cannot secure commercial funding, across Greater Lincolnshire.

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  • National Centre for Food Manufacturing

    Support for SME's in the Agri-Food Supply chain, those who grow or manufacture, food & drink produce. Assistance with research, trials, NPD, training and specialist business advice from recognised industry experts.

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  • National Centre for Food Manufacturing

    Support for SME's in the Agri-Food Supply chain, those who grow or manufacture, food & drink produce. Assistance with research, trials, NPD, training and specialist business advice from recognised industry experts.

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  • National Insurance Employment Allowance

    Employers can reduce the amount of National Insurance contributions (NICs) they pay for their employees by up to £3,000. This is called the ‘Employment Allowance’.

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  • NBV/NWES Start up Loan

    Government-backed Start Up Loan and free business support. A great alternative for individuals looking for business loans to fund their start up.

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  • North Kesteven District Council

    Business Support Services

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  • Scale Up Support for Rapid Business Growth

    The Scale Up Support programme is aimed at rapidly growing businesses with at least 5 employees. The support consists of one to one guidance, leadership and management programmes, coaching and mentoring support as well as access to National offers.

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  • Select Lincolnshire For Food and Good Taste Lincolnshire Magazine (Membership Scheme)

    This publication delivers growth and pride in our region, to make Lincolnshire a first choice for food, tourism and business investment. Engaging more widely with all elements of the food industry and wider supply and delivery networks.

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  • Shop Front Grant Scheme

    This discretionary grant scheme aims to support independent businesses in East Lindsey to enhance the physical appearance of their shop frontages in order to increase customer footfall through the provision of a more pleasant retail environment.

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  • SKDC Business Advice

    Free support for new or growing businesses.

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  • Skills and Training Fund

    CITB Skills and Training Fund provides an extra incentive to small employers to deliver construction training.

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  • Skills Support for the Workforce

    Through the ESF Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) programme, HCUK Training and our partners are offering fully funded training to employers across the Greater Lincolnshire area.

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  • Small Business Grants

    The Small Business Grants initiative from SmallBusiness.co.uk is a free-to-enter monthly competition that gives small businesses a chance to win a £5,000 grant to invest in their company’s growth. This grant does not have to be paid back.

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  • SME Leaders Programme

    Grants to support the leadership skills of promising SME Leaders of high growth engineering companies.

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  • Social Enterprise UK

    The UK body for social enterprise - business with a social or environmental mission. We support business where society profits.

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  • South Kesteven District Council

    Business Support Services

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  • Spark Fund - Innovation Vouchers and Grants for R&D

    The Innovation Vouchers programme will encourage and stimulate demand from SMEs to engage in innovation activity and access the expertise on offer from the knowledge base. The Grants for Research and Development (R&D) and Grants for Low Carbon R&D schemes support R&D in growth oriented SMEs seeking to improve productivity and enhance competitiveness through developing and commercialising new, innovative products and services.

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  • Sparkhouse - Enterprise@Lincoln

    This Lincoln landmark is the gateway between the University and the local business community. Enterprise@Lincoln is much more than just office space; it offers business development and practical support and guidance to both new and established businesses. There are also virtual tenancy options available.

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  • Sustaining Self-Employment

    The University of Lincoln and FSB have joined forces to offer up to 100-free places on a new short course which aims to support self-employed people and entrepreneurs with the process of starting, running and growing their own business whilst also raising the credibility of entrepreneurs, providing practical advice.

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