We can help you access the right financial support and understand what sources of business funding and finance are available.
Finance is often the most daunting part of starting a new business – or scaling one! Whether it’s your first or tenth time seeking funding, getting the right advice makes the whole process easier to navigate.
Beyond that, support with business planning, identifying efficiency savings and financial modelling can be invaluable to businesses looking to grow.
We provide a range of financial support and advice to start-ups, new businesses, SME’s and small businesses. Check out our events and resources pages for the latest opportunities and programmes.
Support and advice that we offer:
● Cash flow forecasting and budgeting
Understanding how to manage your money and predict your profits.
● Funding, grants and loans
Information on where you can find grants and loans for small businesses, SMEs and startups – and guidance on how to navigate the applications.
● Practical advice
We can provide recommendations for services and help you navigate the many different aspects of the world of business funding and finance.
Find out more about business funding and finance
To find out more about how we can help with business funding and finance, just get in touch.
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If you would benefit from some external investment for your business, your next step is to find the right source of finance.
We have recently hosted a programme of in-person seminars and other events, some of which were professionally recorded and can now be viewed on our website.
This workshop will provide guidance on cost based pricing, calculating your costs before deciding an appropriate margin, as well as covering market based pricing asking questions such as: What value do you add? What are you worth? How do you position yourself?
This seminar recording with GAP coaching will provide you with a summary of all the commercial funding options available to businesses, with details on how to make your business more attractive to funders.
A free playlist of webinars focused on finance, including business basics such as forecasting cash flow and setting prices, as well as ways to fund your growth
This webinar will provide you with a summary of all the commercial funding options available to businesses, with detail on how to make your business more attractive to funders.
This webinar guides you through the funding options that are available to new and early-stage businesses, to help your business thrive now and in the future.
This free webinar with Agricultural Business Training (ABT) will help you understand how income could be affected by change, what opportunities lie ahead in the agricultural industry, and where you can gain further information and support.
This webinar will identify and explain the sources of financial support for new businesses, guiding you through the process of cash flow management as a start-up in the wake of COVID-19 and the years to come.
This free webinar with business coach Gareth Allen will provide attendees with a better understanding of the importance of cash within a business.
The York & North Yorkshire Growth Hub have teamed up with business coach Gareth Allen for a free webinar which will act as a useful primer for new and early stage businesses on the funding options that are available for them now and in the future.
The York & North Yorkshire Growth Hub have teamed up with business coach Gareth Allen to pose some useful questions to ask yourself, and give you some ideas to make changes.
The York & North Yorkshire Growth Hub have teamed up with the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) to give practical advice about how you can manage you cash during this crisis, as well as put systems in place for the future.