Start-ups, or newly emerging small businesses, tend to be fast-growing. They aim to meet a marketplace need by developing an innovative product, service, process or a platform. Start-up grants can be a lifeline to support these new businesses, allowing them to grow and develop more rapidly.
Grant funding can help ensure financial stability during expansion and while undertaking innovative development projects. Without small business grants, some start-ups may not be able to achieve what they set out to do entirely.
Grants that are available for start-up and small businesses include:
- Access to finance schemes, which assist in raising finance for growth.
- Business development support and guidance.
- Grant funding to invest in projects that will grow your business.
- Financing for new companies in specific areas of the country.
Start-up Small Business Grants – Example
An example of grant funding for a start-up business, specific to the agriculture industry, is the Agri-tech grants. These grants offer finance to companies to invest in research, development, and innovation in Agri-tech.
For further information about the grants available to you and your business, e-mail a member of our team or call on 0161 298 1010.