Are you looking to grow your business but struggling to find the finance to make it happen? Are you considering alternative sources of finance like venture capital, business angel investment or crowdfunding and need further specialist support?
From international transport to rural education, ESA Business Applications has enabled data from satellites to transform businesses. We have already invested over £500m in launching innovative services in businesses.
The Fast Track Digital Workforce Fund aims to help employers in the Greater Manchester and Lancashire areas to address their specialist digital skills needs through short, innovative, bespoke training.
There’s more money than ever before but most SMEs fail to raise investment! Led by experienced venture capital investors, we help SMEs prepare for venture capital, angel investment and crowd funding and can introduce you to investors.
Are you over 18, and have a great new business idea? Do you (or your partner) currently receive Jobseeker's Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance or Income Support? You could get help to start up in business.
Are you looking for growth finance to help you achieve your ambitions? Whether you're an entrepreneur, a start-up or an established SME business the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF) has a range of finance options for you.
Are you looking for fast, flexible funding to grow a Lancashire business? Struggling to get bank finance because the bank wants you to source additional funding? Rosebud business finance could be exactly what you’re looking for.
The purpose of the £1 million Rural Community Energy Fund is to provide feasibility and project development grant funding to rural community groups that want to develop their own renewable energy projects.
Do you want to raise investment to finance your startup or growing business? Considering crowdfunding but need legal advice and support to easily present your business to a large community of potential investors?
Are you starting a new business or been trading for less than two years and need finance for your new business? Looking to borrow between £500 and £25,000 over one to five years to help your business grow?