Businesses interested in accessing government funding are being urged to attend a local briefing session in Mansfield on Wednesday 23 May and fill in an online survey. Companies looking for £1 million and above can apply to the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) to help create local jobs.
The Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership, D2N2, is eager for local companies to get involved and also hear views on an idea to open up applications to companies requiring less than £1m.
The Regional Growth Fund is worth £2.4 billion in England over four years from 2011-12 to 2014-15. The fund's intention is to promote private sector development in those areas most at risk to public sector cuts. Businesses can apply for grants and loans from 2011 to 2015.
The RGF supports private sector investment creating economic growth and sustainable employment, particularly in areas and communities currently dependent on the public sector, in order to help them successfully make the step-change to sustainable private sector-led growth and prosperity.
A business briefing, open to all local companies, will be held at the Mansfield I-centre from 8am to 10am on Wednesday 23 May.
Published 14 May 2012
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