Identifying Government Programmes

There are various types of small business government programmes available that are intended to serve an even greater range of business objectives, industries, locations, owner demographics, and so on. Because each scheme's eligibility criteria differs (and can change without notice), locating and coming to understand government programmes can take a lot of time, but you can speed up the process by using our extensive government funding information resources.

Learn which programme is best for you

Don't waste time guessing which UK government funding schemes are right for helping your small business achieve its goals. Instead, review the following information capsules regarding general categories of financial assistance provided by national, regional, and local government bodies.

Click on each category below to determine which sort of scheme seems like it would fulfil your needs, keeping in mind there will be a variety of options within each group. The amount of funding available will differ between specific government programmes within each category, for example, as will the level of government providing the scheme, and who is eligible to apply.

Look the information over in order to better understand what the government has to offer entrepreneurs in the UK.

Available Funding Programmes

It is possible your business may be eligible for appropriate government funding, including a loan, grant, or other type of assistance. These financing schemes may be classified as

Find suitable funding programmes for your business

Take 45 seconds to learn how much money your small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans if you meet the criteria. While no one can guarantee you funding the more you know the better.

Start by clicking on the region your business is/will be located in and let the Fund Finder show you what kind of funding programmes you might qualify for.

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Where is/where will your business be located?
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Business Status
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Personal information
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Business information
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Revenue generated in the last 2 years
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Type of industry
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Financing needs
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