Government Information & Services

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Government agencies across the UK provide more benefits to small business owners than financial assistance alone. Offering consulting services, training opportunities, marketing access, mentoring, and similar non-monetary programmes may be available, in addition to the expected business grants, government loans, tax credits and refunds, and other types of funding. In some instances, pursuing government schemes that offer these resources directly can be more efficient and effective than seeking financing to pay for it on one's own.

Workshops, consultancy arrangements, training sessions, access to certification opportunities, and the like are the sort of business resources government information and services schemes can provide. In most cases, these programmes are offered in partnership with private individuals and organizations, including education institutions. Small business centres across the UK may be able to help entrepreneurs with accessing these services, or provide direct aid, such as business plan development.

Government small business centres are provided to assist entrepreneurs with assessing their situation, and then planning and implementing development strategies to help the venture progress forward. Mentoring programmes may also be a part of this process, helping small business owners establish valuable contacts.

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