Finance for Growth

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There are many reasons why you might need to raise finance at your current stage in business. We’ll work with you to gain a thorough understanding of your current financial position, and offer free and impartial advice to identify and secure the best option for you.

You may be surprised at the range of finance options available:

Start-up Finance: Funding and loans for businesses trading for less than two years.

Alternative Finance: Loans for businesses with more challenging circumstances.

Grant Finance: Accessing public sector support for eligible businesses with plans for growth.

Asset Finance: Specialist finance to assist with the purchase of capital equipment.

Factoring: Releasing money from debtor books.

Crowdfunding: Connecting businesses in need of finance with people and investors who want to lend.

R&D Tax Credits: Applying for a cash payment or a tax deduction from HMRC based on costs incurred from research and development.

Banking Facilities: Matching client requirements to banking specialists.

Whatever your financial situation or requirements, we can help.

Our advice is impartial and our services are FREE of charge so you have nothing to lose.

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Specialist Grant Fund

 

Grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 to help businesses adapt following the coronavirus pandemic are being made available. The money is a 100% government grant containing no obligation for businesses to contribute financially. Click below to find out more.

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Local office: 0300 060 3747
Support helpline: 0800 998 1098
Email: support@cwgrowthhub.co.uk

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