Feature Finance — 18 February 2015

Concern that there is low awareness of the scheme among Birmingham SME community

The £30m Growth Vouchers scheme is part of a government experiment to find out the impact of advice on small business growth. It was set up last January and is reaching the end of its run on 31st March. Growth Vouchers are worth up to £2,000 and must be match-funded by the small business. Only businesses that have fewer than 50 employees and a turnover less than £50m can apply.

New Birmingham-based cross-media design studio franchise, Nettl.com has become an official partner of the scheme and is now listed on the small business network Enterprise Nation platform, Marketplace. See https://marketplace.enterprisenation.com/advisers/9877

Peter Gunning, Chief Technology Officer at Nettl.com says, “It’s an exciting initiative and it’s fantastic that the Government is offering this to the small business community to help accelerate their growth. We are just concerned that quite a lot of businesses are still not aware of its existence. Qualifying businesses can redeem their vouchers with us here at Nettl on IT, digital and web consultation – but they need to be quick as the scheme is ending next month.”

For more details, interested parties should visit www.nettl.com or drop into the flagship studios in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

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