Business Grants


What are potential sources of funding for your business?

To help navigate through the numerous business funding options on the market, Acuity partner Matthew Byatt takes a brief look at those available.


10 Business Grants for UK Start Ups and Growth Businesses

Grants can save businesses money, introduce them to networks and help them scale. Here are ten sources of funding ideal for UK start ups and businesses looking to accelerate their growth.


£8m in grants available for customs intermediaries and traders

£8 million in grants has been made available by HMRC and Government for customs intermediaries and traders ahead of Brexit for training and IT improvements

Financial Management

Interview: James Finnegan, head of corporate finance and partner at Bishop Fleming

Fast-growing businesses normally need to restructure management and understand available R&D credits when scaling up.

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Small Business Grants: No-strings-attached SME financing done right

GrowthBusiness.co.uk's sister website SmallBusiness.co.uk has introduced a new initiative giving away £5,000 in a regular competition.

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Seeking out a technology grant

Innovation requires investment, but it can be difficult to find funding providers. One option is the Technology Strategy Board, which provides grants that aim to provide a boost to the right tech companies.

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Winning government grants

Working out which grants your business might be eligible for is a time-consuming task in itself. Here is a breakdown of what is on offer courtesy of Victoria Wiesener, programme manager of investment readiness scheme Gateway2Investment (g2i).


Provexis wins government grant

A developer of medical food and dietary supplements has secured EU approval for one of its products and won a grant to support further research.

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Going for grants

It's not easy to get government grant funding (for which the agencies involved make few apologies) but there are genuine opportunities available for those who persevere. Ernst & Young Director Nigel Wilcock demystifies the process.