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February 3, 2021
Information on Various Funds – 3rd Feb 2021
Below you will find information on several new Covid support funds, as well as updates on support from Scottish Enterprise
Local Authority Discretionary Fund
Local accountants CSMCo have produced a document providing information on the new Local Authority Discretionary Fund.
“The Scottish Government have announced that a £30 million fund will be distributed by local authorities (local councils) across Scotland. It will help with the short – term financial challenges being experienced by businesses. This is for businesses in Scotland who have not been eligible for previous business support grants. If your business is still being adversely impacted by Tier 4 restrictions (and you have not received any support), you are eligible to apply.”
You can read the full document here.
Marine Outdoor Activity Restart Fund
From VisitScotland –
“The Marine & Outdoor Tourism Restart Fund has been established to support the marine, boating and outdoor adventure sectors who have been significantly affected by COVID-19 and are faced with seasonal re-commissioning and re-start costs ahead of the 2021 season.”
You can read the full information here.
Scotland Inbound Tour Operators Fund
From VisitScotland –
‘The Scotland Inbound Tour Operators – COVID-19 Business Support and Continuity Fund has been established to provide financial support for Scottish based businesses in the International Inbound tour operator sector critical to Scotland’s tourism economy.’
You can read the full information here
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