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More than 1,000 Lancashire businesses have expressed their interest in grants available through Boost to help them recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Lancashire County Council and Freshfield have been Highly Commended at this year’s Prolific North Awards for the marketing of Boost’s #AskForHelp campaign, which helped Lancashire business owners access crucial support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lancashire County Council has launched the £2.25m Rosebud Rebound Fund to help businesses in the county to resume growth plans following the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans (SUL) programme announced it issued its 75,000th loan on 25 August, 2020, marking more than £623 million invested in small businesses since its launch in 2012.
Lancashire County Council’s Boost #AskForHelp campaign to support Lancashire business owners through the coronavirus pandemichas been shortlisted for two categories in this year’s Prolific North Awards.
Dragons’ Den is on the hunt for business ideas, inventions or products with serious business potential which are hungry for investment.
Businesses in Lancashire can contact Boost to signal their interest in receiving a share of the Government’s £20m grant funding to help them get back on track following the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Boost client NORI HR and Employment Law has been awarded the Most Trusted for HR and Employment Law 2020 award for Lancashire by SME-News.
Experts at a business support hub at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) are calling on SMEs to collaborate to survive and thrive in the challenging times ahead.