The Problem Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many businesses have sought financial support to survive and, in some cases, take the opportunity to pivot and rebuild their business in order to be viable during these difficult trading conditions. However, most of the funding solutions delivered by HM Treasury have involved businesses taking on new or additional debt. The Coronavirus ...
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New COVID-19 Financial Support Measures
New financial measures have been unveiled by the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, which will have an impact on Lancashire businesses. Let’s have a look at the highlights. Coronavirus Loan Schemes: · Application dates for CLBILS, CBILS and BBLS have now been extended to 30 November 2020 “Pay as you Grow” · Businesses who have taken out Bounce Back Loans wil ...
Access to Finance: September funding and finance briefing
The Future? Who knows! There is still a lot of uncertainty for businesses trying to plan for the future, with perhaps even more challenges ahead. It is no different for the provision of business funding either. Access to finance specialist, Caroline Turley, briefly highlights what she considers business priorities should be over the next few months to make sure you have the fu ...
Boost briefing: Access to finance during the COVID-19 crisis
With businesses having to continue to manage cashflow and finances whilst facing closure through this difficult time of uncertainty, Mark Gibbons from Access to Finance North West outlines a number of financial considerations to support Lancashire businesses.
Finance in the Spotlight – Early-stage equity funding key to boosting innovation
Innovation paving the way to COVID-19 recovery.