CORONAVIRUS BUSINESS GRANT AVAILABLE

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January Lockdown Grants for non-essential retail, leisure, personal care, sports facilities, and hospitality businesses forced to close are now live. Includes: Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) Addendum: 5 January onwards Closed Business Lockdown Payment The Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) Addendum: 5 January onwards will provide a payment based on the November 2020 scheme that […]

The Growth Support Programme

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Are you a sole trader, micro business or limited company based in Devon or Somerset? You may be eligible for the Growth Support Programme through which you and your business can receive up to 3 or 12 hours of free business advice, support and training. Register now to access the fully-funded support on offer at Growth […]

CBILS loan scheme

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The Government has extended the CBILS loan scheme Thanks to the recent announcement from the Government, you can still get finance with nothing to pay for 12 months under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The extension allows more businesses to take advantage of this unique funding opportunity, where the Government will pay the […]

FREE DIGITAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME

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In a world where people are spending more and more time online, it’s never been more important for your business to have a digital presence. Whether it’s broadening your business’ horizons and selling different products online or opening up your existing services to a new audience, your business needs to be digital-savvy. If you’re looking […]

How to set up an IT strategy

All too often, small business owners are under the assumption that creating an IT strategy is limited to larger organisations yet every small business has some sort of IT strategy to support their business whether they fully recognise it or not. Most small businesses do not plan their IT strategy but just react to ad-hoc situations to cope with short term situations.