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Spalding-area businesses can apply to help them adapt during pandemic

Grants of up to £25,000 are available to help businesses adapt during the pandemic.

Funding scheme Grants4Growth, which was launched in 2017 and is administered by South Holland District Council, is helping companies survive with an expanded eligibility criteria that allows more businesses than ever to apply.

The funding scheme provides grants to help small-to-medium-sized firms (SMEs) buy the assets they need to adapt, protecting jobs and sustaining their business.

Grants4Growth logo (7580220)
Grants4Growth logo (7580220)

Justin Leckie, Project Manager of Grants4Growth, said: "We believe that is it just as important for Lincolnshire businesses to have the assets they need to continue trading as it is to grow.

"That’s why we have updated our criteria to allow SMEs to purchase equipment and machinery that can help to safeguard jobs and future-proof their business.

"We still have £747,000 in funding for Lincolnshire businesses to claim, and we promise a yes or no answer within two weeks."

Visit www.grants4growth.sholland.gov.uk to see if your business is eligible for a grant.

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