New funding to support businesses that continue to be impacted by the pandemic has been launched by Hull City Council.
Hull City Council has launched a new grant scheme which will deliver up to £5,000 for start-up businesses in the city.
On Monday 12 April, the country will reach the next stage of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, which will see a variety of businesses being allowed to reopen.
Hull City Council is preparing to pay out vital restart grants to businesses to help them recover from the Covid pandemic and kickstart the local economy.
You may well be aware of the business support measures contained in the Chancellor’s Budget, as announced on 3rd March. However, the Humber Business Growth Hub has pulled together a useful at-a-glance article.
The plan for easing lockdown in England has been announced by the Prime Minister in the House of Commons.
A reminder that the Kickstarting Tourism Grants to support SMEs with Covid-19 recovery are still open for applications, with a good proportion of funding remaining.
The latest version of the Humber Growth Hub’s Covid-19 Business Support Information Sheet.
Hull businesses required to close in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors are being urged to apply for a one-off grant worth up to £9,000 to help see them through the latest Covid-19 measures.