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What is the Small Business Grants initiative?

The Small Business Grants initiative from SmallBusiness.co.uk is a free-to-enter monthly competition that gives small businesses a chance  to win a £5,000 grant to invest in their company’s  growth. This is a private business grant and does  not have to be paid back.

How do I enter to win the grant?

Eligible businesses can apply via our form. Your contact details and company information will be required, as well as a passage detailing your company’s turnover growth, innovation, aspiration, key projects completed, contracts won and partnerships forged.

What businesses are eligible?

If you run a UK small business that has been set up and is actively trading, you are eligible to enter. Your business may be a sole trader or limited company. We also consider not-for-profit organisations. As long as you have set up and are actively trading, your application will be considered.

PREVIOUS £5,000 GRANT WINNER:

Founder Dov Tate identified a gap in the market between high-end, high-priced wheels, and lower-priced wheels. ‘Our entire product range has been wind-tunnel tested and shown to deliver equal performance benefits to competitors at 2-3x the price,’ he adds. Since launch, the company has had a number of positive reviews from the cycling and triathlon media, including a prestigious ‘Best Buy’ award from 220 Triathlon magazine.

The company produces a product that rivals its competitors for quality, but charges a significantly lower price, making it a far more attractive option for consumers. With increased exposure, this will lead to even more impressive turnover growth.

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