Granted Consultancy Ltd

Specialists in securing grant funding

The team at Granted Consultancy share a common desire to make projects happen. We achieve this by identifying opportunities, understanding the barriers to success and helping our clients on the journey to realising their projects.

OUR GUEST SPEAKER, ECC'S ECONOMY MANAGER, MAUREEN GORI-DE-MURDEN


THE EXETER GRANT RUSH. 

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ACCOUNTANTS AND FINANCIAL PLANNERS, OLD MILL

 

~ Helping Exeter businesses secure grant funding ~

 

The Exeter Grant Rush - 15.09.2015, at Stephens Scown's offices, Southernhay. 


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At this event we will be available to talk to attendees about their project aims, and discuss funding opportunities they could be eligible for - If you need to dash off, we will also able to arrange a free, obligation-free meeting for a later time.

 


OUR GUEST SPEAKER


We're extremely excited to have Exeter City Council’s Economy Manager, Maureen Gori-De-Murden as our guest speaker. Maureen knows more than anyone about business investments in Exeter, and so is perfectly placed to tell-all about exciting new projects which are happening in the region, and to discuss where grant funding has already made a monumental difference to the local area. 
 


Exeter City Council's Economy Manager, Maureen Gori-De-Murden discussing Exeter business ahead of the Exeter Grant Rush -



FURTHER FUND INFORMATION/BACKGROUND


The South West Growth Fund, part of the Regional Growth Fund is imminently open to applications, and Old Mill and Granted’s directors want to take this opportunity educate Exeter business owners on applying for grant funding.

Since its launch in 2010 the Regional Growth fund, (which the South West Growth Fund is part of), has invested £2.85 billion to help local businesses grow and take on more staff across England.

For every £1 invested through the RGF, the private sector has put in £5.50. The total investment of private sector support is expected to be £16 billion. 130,000 jobs have already been created and a total of 581,000 are expected by the mid-2020s.

This is a huge opportunity for Exeter business, however the whole of the South West will be fighting for this funding. With competition fierce, and such large amounts of money up for grabs, Exeter business owners will need all the advice they can get in order to secure the funding they're entitled to.

 

If you haven't seen it already, take a look at our Event Page, where even more details can be found. 

 

This is our Third blog post on The Exeter Grant Rush, the First and Second  blogs can be found here.

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