Blackpool Council is urging businesses to prepare for the launch of the NHS’s new COVID-19 app.
The Government recently announced a national £10 million fund for tourism businesses and a national £20 million fund for small to medium sized businesses both to aid recovery from the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Blackpool Council is inviting a final round of applications for financial support as part of a discretionary grants scheme, which goes live from Friday 31 July.
The Lancashire Enterprise Partnership's Skills and Employment Hub launched the Lancashire Skills Swap in April to support the local business community during the coronavirus pandemic.
MaCaW, the Making Carbon Work Project which operates from UCLan and is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, is helping SMEs across Lancashire reduce costs and carbon. On the Fylde Coast, the average saving per company is £9,887. So, if your SME is based on the Fylde coast, how much could you save?