Latest on employer and business support in Wolverhampton

Latest on employer and business support in Wolverhampton

City of Wolverhampton Council is continuing to provide guidance to employers and businesses on how to access the latest support options available to them during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Over 2,000 eligible city businesses receive vital grants

Over 2,000 eligible city businesses receive vital grants

More than 2,000 City of Wolverhampton businesses have now received vital business grants to support them during the coronavirus outbreak.

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More than £30m extra in business rates relief issued

More than £30m extra in business rates relief issued

City of Wolverhampton Council has so far delivered an extra £31.8million in rates relief for the financial year 2020-21 to support city businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.

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More than £20m in grants now paid to eligible businesses

More than £20m in grants now paid to eligible businesses

More than £20million in business grants has been paid to 1,857 eligible City of Wolverhampton businesses since April 6.

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More than £8m in grants now paid to eligible businesses

More than £8m in grants now paid to eligible businesses

More than £8million in business grants has been paid to 775 eligible City of Wolverhampton businesses in a little over a week of the scheme going live.

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Digital employment and skills support portal created

Digital employment and skills support portal created

City of Wolverhampton Council has created a digital portal for people to access the latest employment and skills opportunities on offer during the coronavirus outbreak.

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More than £2m in grants already paid to eligible businesses

More than £2m in grants already paid to eligible businesses

More than £2million in small business grants has already been paid to 189 eligible City of Wolverhampton businesses less than a week after the scheme went live.

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Government extends Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

Government extends Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

The Government has today (Friday 3 April, 2020) announced it is extending the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) so that all viable small businesses affected by coronavirus, and not just those unable to secure regular commercial financing, will now be eligible, should they need finance to keep operating.

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Appeal for businesses to donate PPE for frontline workers

Appeal for businesses to donate PPE for frontline workers

An appeal has gone out to businesses in Wolverhampton to donate or supply personal protective equipment, or PPE, to help keep frontline social care workers safe.

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Emergency funding opportunities for cultural sector

Emergency funding opportunities for cultural sector

City of Wolverhampton Council is urging organisations and individuals in the cultural sector to apply for emergency funding available from Arts Council England.

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Council sets up new business phone line as grants go live

Council sets up new business phone line as grants go live

City of Wolverhampton council has set up a new dedicated phone line to provide business support during the coronavirus outbreak.

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