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Business Growth Grant Croydon Clinic
5th June 2014

Coast to Capital is holding a clinic session in Croydon to inform businesses about its Business Growth Grants and offer assistance to firms with their applications.

Date: Friday 4th July

Time: Between 10.00am & 3.00pm

Venue: Croydon Park Hotel 7 Altyre Road Croydon CR9 5AA


Business Growth Grants are available to any business in the Coast to Capital region who want to increase turnover and profits, but need additional finance. Grants are available from £5,000 to £250,000 and it is expected that the grant will form no more than 25% of the total costs of the growth plans. Companies that are awarded a grant are expected to create new jobs as a result of increased business.

During the clinic session development advisors will be available to provide expert advice on growth plans and help businesses with making a successful grant application.

It is advisable that businesses wishing to attend book a slot in advance, however there will also be a drop in clinic between 10.00am and 3.00pm and we will assist as soon as an advisor is available.

To book a slot or find out more information about the scheme please contact the Business Growth Grant Programme manager, Hayley Shepherd on 01403 333840 or rgf@coast2capital.org.uk

Depending on your interest we may consider holding clinics in West Sussex and Brighton and Hove over the next few months. If you would like to register your interest for either of these future clinics please email Hayley Shepherd on rgf@coast2capital.org.uk

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