Funding help

We can help you get helpful and supportive information and funding advice.

Business Gateway Fife

Business Gateway Fife can offer an extensive range of support for businesses in many ways.

Business Gateway can offer businesses funding support for those planning to research and develop new products or services.

They can also offer support for first year allowances for energy-saving initiatives, such as tax relief.

For more information on funding support available to your business contact Business Gateway Fife on 01592 858 333.

 

Resource Efficient Scotland

Resource Efficient Scotland is a programme of Zero Waste Scotland. Specialist support is available to help businesses reduce their use of energy, waste and raw materials and associated costs.

Skills can be improved through interactive workshops or online training and webinars. Businesses can also receive support around financial planning and accessing funding. Visit Resource Efficient Scotland, or call 0808 808 2268.

 

Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland exists to create a society where resources are valued and nothing is wasted. Zero Waste Scotland offers funding and support to businesses to improve resource management. Available funding includes:

Visit Zero Waste Scotland’s website or contact them directly for information and support for your business.

 

Energy Saving Trust

The Energy Saving Trust offers small business loans (interest free) to SMEs wanting to reduce their carbon emissions or reduce their energy and waste costs.

Looking for support to improve your business or organisation?

For more info and details of how to apply, visit their website here.

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