Business focused fund updates

Small Business Workforce Fund

Small businesses in Devon can apply for assistance with recruiting a STEM graduate intern and a contribution towards their salary Continue reading

Support package for arts, culture & heritage

Emergency funding to help organisations in the arts, culture and heritage sectors to survive the coronavirus pandemic Continue reading

Innovate UK: Research & Development grants

Grants for research and development. Latest opportunities include Young Innovators’ Awards for 18 to 30 year olds with innovative business ideas and Designing Sustainable Plastic Solutions to find ways of reducing the amount of persistent plastic waste entering the environment Continue reading

Self Employment Income Support Scheme

Grants for self employed people who have a loss of earnings due to coronavirus: claim the first grant by 13 July 2020. Continue reading

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The scheme will close to new entrants from 30 June. From this point onwards, employers will only be able to furlough employees that they have furloughed for a full 3-week period prior to 30 June. Continue reading

Clean Growth Fund

Investments in early-stage UK companies with products and services focussed on driving clean growth in the low carbon economy Continue reading

Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund

Emergency loans with flexible terms for social enterprises and charities that are experiencing disruption as a result of COVID-19 Continue reading

Future Fund

Convertible loans for innovative UK companies that have the potential to grow but are currently affected by Covid-19 Continue reading

Where to find COVID-19 funding for business

How to access advice and information on grants and financial assistance for businesses in Devon affected by COVID-19 Continue reading

Devon County Council: COVID-19 Grant & Funding Webpage

A dedicated webpage listing the grants that have been launched for organisations and individuals in need of financial support as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading

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