Web Design & Digital Services Funding Liverpool City Area
£20 million new funding to help smaller businesses (SMEs) recover from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic
The funding has been allocated to local Growth Hubs (or associated projects) who work across the country with local and national, public and private sector partners, coordinating local business support and connecting businesses to the right help for their needs. They are locally driven, locally owned and at the heart of the government’s plan to ensure business support is simpler, more joined up and easier to access.
The nature and value of grants awarded will be tailored to local circumstances, and will typically be up to £3,000. Under certain circumstances, and on a case-by-case basis, grants of up to £5,000 may be awarded.
Who can apply for this grant funding?
The grant funding is open to all SMEs based in Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens, and Wirral, who have been trading since before 1st March 2020 and have been impacted by Covid 19. Applications should only be made for grants to assist with Covid 19 recovery and not ‘business as usual’, personal protection equipment (PPE), social distancing or other regulatory activity or for projects that have already started.
Can We Use Grant Funding for Website Design?
You can use this grant as:
Funding for Website design and development
Funding for App development
Funding for Digital marketing
Funding for Social marketing (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter
Email marketing campaigns
Funding for Content writing
Funding for Website rebuild
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When is the next funding round for Business Recovery Grant in Liverpool?
Due to the limited funding and expected high demand, they will be operating a number of application rounds with a maximum number of applications being accepted per round.
The first funding round opened on 16th September 2020 at 10am, in this round they accepted 50 visitor/ tourism economy applications and 100 wider economy applications. This is to allow time for applications to be reviewed, processed and approved. The application links closed when the limit was reached and will re-open again, the following month. This will be repeated until all funds have been allocated.
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