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.
Princes Trust Grant – Helping 18-30 year olds start their own business, providing training, mentoring, funding and resources. Relevant for Founders.
New Enterprise Allowance – Government scheme to help unemployed people start a business or self-employed people grow their business. You will get a mentor and either a weekly grant or a loan to start with start-up costs. Relevant for Founders and Flourishers.
🏠 Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme – Government scheme providing funding for people living in rural areas to get access to gigabit broadband for their small business. Relevant for both Founders and Flourishers.
📈 Innovate UK EDGE scheme – Support to grow and scale innovative businesses. Enabling ambitious SMEs to accelerate their growth and achieve scale. Relevant for Flourishers.
Join us every quarter as Egbe Manton hosts a free legal power hour for our members discussing things such as:
- Your contracts
- Copyright vs Trademark
- How to protect your intellectual property
- Sticky situations my clients have found themselves in and how to avoid them!
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About your author
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.
You can find out more about Egbe and her business here.
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