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Get back to growth in 2022 with a £5k grant

Get back to growth in 2022 with a £5k grant

Grants of between £2,000 to £5,000 are now available to small businesses across Staffordshire to grow and thrive. Improving your business is a year-round job, but new year is the perfect time to get the financial boost you need to start the year strong. Want to invest in increasing sales, productivity or profitability, or improve business processes but feel the risk is too high? Did you put your business-growth plans on hold during the pandemic, but need financial help to finally realise your potential? If you’re an eligible small business, now’s the time to stop crossing your fingers and get a grant of up to £5,000 from the Staffordshire Means Back to Business Scheme to help you to regroup and grow. Funding is on a first come first served basis, and has now been made available to businesses across the county following Staffordshire County Council's successful bid to secure over £751,000 for the Staffordshire Means Back to Business Scheme from the government's UK Community Renewal Fund. Grants of up to £5,000 have already helped small businesses across all sectors with a range of growth activities, including:

  • Finding expert knowledge and support to help develop business ideas and success, including financial strategy, business strategy, marketing strategy and website expertise, and even expertise to enhance customer service

  • Support to analyse customer data

  • Tackling those back-burner projects and tasks

  • Purchase of equipment and technology for new starters

  • Purchase of specialist equipment – from video equipment to specialist fabrication tools and beyond.

  • Support to prioritise business planning

  • Diversification into new market sectors and taking advantage of new opportunities

  • Developing online payment facilities and getting online and much more.

Start 2022 right and apply now for a growth grant of between £2,000 and £5,000.

Get back to growth in 2022 with a £5k grant.


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