Businesses that have been adversely affected by national lockdown restrictions, but which are not required to close, can now apply for financial support.
Businesses forced to close during lockdown can now apply for support grants from Hull City Council.
The Humber LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership) will be holding their AGM 2020 this Friday, 13th November from 10am-11am and you are invited to join the online meeting.
Measures have been announced to support businesses in Hull during lockdown.
As announced, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – also known as the Furlough Scheme - has been extended and remains open until 31 March 2021.
HullBID is here to help you promote your business, and provide as much support as we can over the lockdown and the pre-Christmas period.
Our colleagues at the Humber Growth Hub have summarised all the new measures, restrictions and business support packages available (effective from 2 November) as we approach the second national lockdown.
Hull City Council has launched a local campaign to maximise awareness and compliance with the latest COVID-19 advice and to help stop the spread of the virus in Hull.
The Humber Business Growth Hub is intending to launch its Covid-19 Recovery Grants Scheme approximately w/c 14 September (date to be confirmed), subject to finalisation of the application process for the scheme