Free training courses available to help you start a career in adult social care with the North Norfolk Care Academy.
Funding, in the form of grants or loans, is available to support you whether you are just starting up in business or already run a business and want to expand.
Visit the Coronavirus support and advice for businesses page if you have any concerns or queries regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic and the effects on your business.
To make the process of applying for grants easier, we have compiled a ‘top tips’ guide.
To discuss your specific needs or to find out more about potential sources of funding, call one of the Economic Growth Team on 01263 516009 or email email@example.com.
You can also find out more on grants and funding on the Norfolk County Council Grants and Funding page.
UK Community Renewal Fund
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has secured £2.2 million of funding from the UK Community Renewal Fund. This funding will help deliver two pilot projects across Norfolk and Suffolk through to June 2022. The fund aims to support the people and communities most in need across the UK. It will help pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
View the government's FAQs for the UK Community Renewal Fund.
Road to Net Zero Business Support Programme
Road to Net Zero will support Norfolk and Suffolk businesses to access grants for projects that will deliver carbon saving reductions. It will provide:
- grants from £1,000 to £25,000, covering up to 75% of the costs, supporting businesses towards net zero
- consultancy from business experts, business audits will help identify the first step towards net zero
- a dedicated trained resource within the New Anglia Growth Hub and the Chambers of Commerce
- evidence mapping support from UEA, in partnership with the University of Suffolk
- online toolkits and resources for partners to share and promote
- a Net Zero Challenge Fund
Got a question?
This project run by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership will provide support for people, leading to either self-employment or back into employment. It will offer crucial support as businesses end the furlough scheme and many people are reconsidering career choices. The project will operate across Norfolk and Suffolk, focusing on disadvantaged communities. It will target both employed and unemployed people. In particular, those who are under-employed and economically vulnerable.
Get in touch
To find out more, contact:
Nwes - firstname.lastname@example.org
Menta - email@example.com