LEP secures £3.8m IT funding

Up to £3.8m from the European Regional Development Fund has been made available through the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership, for project bids to help small and medium-sized firms and social enterprises grow through smarter use of information and communication technologies (ICT).

Grant Funding Clinics to fuel the ‘Midlands Engine’ for growth

Companies across the East Midlands could be missing out on valuable government grant funding according to business consultancy TBAT Innovation.

Fraud on the rise in the Midlands, says KPMG

KPMG’s Fraud Barometer, which measures fraud cases with losses of £100,000 or more reaching the UK courts, has found that the national value of...

Late payments expected to get worse, says Lloyds

The problem of late or slow payments continues to cause cashflow difficulties for businesses in the East Midlands, and more than a third expect it will only get worse in the next six months, according to the latest i...

East Mids insolvency expert calls for ‘Breathing Space’ for debtors

An East Midlands insolvency expert is calling on the government to give financially distressed individuals a 28-day ‘breathing space’ from creditor action as a...

Croots Farm Shop steps in to support Derby brewery crowdfunding appeal

A Derby brewery has broken through its £5,000 crowdfunding target after receiving a £2,500 pledge from local farm shop Croots. Pub entrepreneurs George Lambert and...

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2019 marks continued growth for Handelsbanken Lincoln

Local relationship bank, Handelsbanken, has reported consistent year-on-year growth in its 2019 annual results, which the firm says is driven by ongoing commitment to long-term...

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