Funding

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Potential Funding opportunity for creative businesses

SECEN consortium wins bid for share of £18 million Create Growth fund to support creative businesses The Create Growth Programme is a first-of-its-kind opportunity targeted at creative businesses with the potential to grow.  The award acknowledges the highly entrepreneurial pool of high-growth potential creative businesses in the South East not yet at the scaling stage, […]

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New: Small Business Boost interest free loan scheme

New Scheme for Kent & Medway Small Businesses Overview If you run a business located in Kent and Medway, that is at the early stages of growth and are looking to create jobs, then a 0% interest loan from Small Business Boost could provide the financial support to help achieve your goals. Small Business Boost […]

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The High Street Fund could help to improve your business

Folkestone & Hythe District Council High Streets Grant Scheme Our High Street Fund exists with the aim of supporting projects to drive the regeneration of the high streets and town centres within our district. The scheme provides non-repayable grants, normally covering up to 50% of the total project cost, though a higher proportion may be […]

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Go Green! Financial Help available for your business

Green Business Grant Scheme Folkestone & Hythe District Council have recently launched our Green Business Grant Scheme, to help smaller businesses to become more energy efficient. Non-repayable grants of up to £10,000 (up to £25,000 could be considered in exceptional circumstances) are available to cover up to 40% of implementation costs. With the rapidly rising […]

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The High Street Fund remains open for new applications

Could your business benefit from this scheme? The High Street Fund was launched with the aim of supporting projects to help drive the regeneration of our town centres and high streets. To date, we have awarded funding to a diversity of initiatives, including refurbishments to shops, cafes, restaurants, on street planters. The scheme has also […]

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Folkestone Community Funding Online Workshop

Lunch & Learn: Free web session for anyone wishing to apply for community funding in Folkestone                  13th January 13:00 – 14:00   About this event  This event is open only to those situated in the areas of Folkestone Harbour, Broadmead, East and Central Folkestone. If you think […]

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Free Money for your business?!

Grants Available from SELEP of between £500 – £2000 Register with the South East Local Enterprise Partnership and talk to them about whether there is a grant available that could fit with your business needs. Click here to register. Click here to watch the Christmas grant video    

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Kent Technology Resilience Voucher Scheme

Digital and Technology funding opportunity.                      Project delivery partners also being sought Kent County Council will soon be launching a ‘technology resilience’ voucher scheme as part of one of our EU-Funded Interreg projects called ‘C-Care’. The scheme will offer vouchers of up to £1,000 to help […]

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Funding Options For Community Groups, CICs and Charities in Folkestone

Funding Options For Community Groups, CICs and Charities in Folkestone 9th July 2021 11:00am Funding is one of the priorities for social enterprises and community groups and this webinar highlights some of the funding opportunities available both locally and nationally. By the end of the FREE session, you will know where funding is available and […]

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Funding Options for Community Groups, CICS and Charities In Folkestone

Funding Options for Community Groups, CICS and Charities In Folkestone 7th May 2021 11:00am Funding is one of the priorities for social enterprises and community groups and this webinar highlights some of the funding opportunities available both locally and nationally. Social Enterprise Kent (SEK) offers support to social enterprises, small and micro businesses and potential […]

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