SME restart and recovery grants

SME restart and recovery grants

Businesses in Durham directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic can still apply for revenue funding through the SME restart and recovery grant scheme.

Revenue funding is yet to be fully allocated, which is why the Expression of Interest window for Durham-based business is reopening.

Expressions of Interest from Durham-based businesses can be submitted from 10am on Tuesday 17 November via this web page.

The Expression of Interest window for Durham-based businesses will close at midnight on Wednesday 18 November

Please be aware that grants for the purchase of small equipment have been fully allocated. We can only offer a limited amount of revenue funding.

If you are interested in applying, please read the eligibility guidelines before starting your application to ensure you meet the criteria, and can evidence a 20% decline in turnover due to COVID-19 from 17 March 2020 to date, compared to the same period last year.

Source: North East Growth Hub

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