Every month Egbe Manton, Founder of Manton Legal and F&F’s legal partner shares her round-up of the business grants and loans you can be taking advantage of. Have a question or query? Hit the comments below and let us know otherwise feel free to contact Egbe directly, her DMs are open! Find her @EgbeManton.
🦠 COVID – 19 Business Grants – Additional Restrictions Grant – This grant is provided by Hammersmith and Fulham Council and is aimed at helping micro and small businesses to pay towards their fixed costs from April 2021. Applicants can apply for either the Recovery Fund or the Arts Business fund. Please note: Completed applications must be submitted by 23.59 on Friday 5 November 2021.
🏆 UnLtd Awards – Offers funding and support to social entrepreneurs trying to start up or grow their social business. Applications opened on the 1st of October and end on December 31st.
💻 Kickstart Scheme for employers – provides funding to create new job placements for 16 to 24-year-olds on universal credit who are at risk of long-term unemployment. Please note: employers can apply until 17th December 2021.
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Egbe is on a mission to disrupt the legal space and bring it into the 21st-century. She is a lawyer and the founder of Manton Legal, a legal consultancy that offers simplified, affordable legal guidance to entrepreneurs and SMEs.
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