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How to access available finance to cut costs and grow your business (Glasgow)

SME breakfast briefing in association with Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group

There are lots of no-cost ways to reduce your resource use, cut bills and grow your business. However, the projects that deliver the biggest impact and savings – like installing renewables, upgrading boilers or improving lighting – always require investment.

This is why many good projects stall. It’s why some businesses miss out on reduced energy, water and waste bills, and the opportunity to boost competitiveness. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

  • Find out about the latest SME loans and grants, including interest-free loans of £1k-100k.
  • Unlock new savings opportunities and revive stalled projects.
  • Hear from businesses that have already accessed the funding to see how they did it and how they have benefited.
  • Discover the free Government-funded support for SMEs that makes it easy to take advantage of the available funding.
  • Network with other leading businesses.

Who should attend?

Many businesses in Scotland are already ahead of the curve and showing leadership on sustainable business practices, efficiency and emissions – book your place to find out more and learn how access to funding for resource efficiency projects can make a big difference to your business.

This event is a must for managers, directors and owners of Scottish SMEs who are responsible for business improvement, competitiveness and sustainability.

It’s also an ideal opportunity for people who have stalled projects that that could be brought back to life with financial support.

Book your free place through EventBrite.

Please note: there is also an equivalent event taking place in Edinburgh on the 22nd of March.


301 Argyle Street
301 Argyle Street
Glasgow, G2 8DL United Kingdom
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0808 808 2268

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