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Welcome to the Growth Hub
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
Free resources, support and advice for entrepreneurs and businesses in the region
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The Growth Hub connects entrepreneurs and businesses across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough with the support they need to thrive and grow.
We also deliver strategic support programmes and courses that empower business leaders to develop their resilience, productivity, leadership and capacity and capability to grow.
We’re commited to keeping you informed. Sign up to stay in touch with the latest updates from the Growth Hub.
There is a wide range of support to help businesses reduce their emissions. See your full options for funding, advice, help and more – all in a single location.
Grant funding for growing businesses
Get the money you need to grow you business (and faster). Growth Works is offering eligible SMEs free money to help them accelerate their growth.
We believe in the power of learning and development to transform individuals to lead resilient and successful businesses at every stage of their development.
Growth Hub launches Start and Grow – the new Community Renewal Fund programme for aspiring startups and microbusinesses
We are rolling out a new, intensive programme of structured business support and grants, funded by the Community Renewal Fund (CRF) and our Local Authority partners.
If you are an entrepreneur considering starting a business; or have already started, but been trading for less than 3 years with 3 or less staff, and in Peterborough, Huntingdonshire or Fenland local authority areas, you could be eligible for grant funding and strategic business support through the Growth Hub.
What’s the latest?
Another 12 innovative ClimateTech start-ups have been launched and invested in by the Carbon13 venture builder, bringing Carbon13’s total number of invested ventures to 32 in the last 12 months.
New guidance published by the government aims to provide businesses and workers with greater clarity over employment status and the rights and employment protections people are entitled to at work.
The Recovery Loan Scheme, which originally launched in April 2021 to help businesses recovering from the pandemic, has been extended to 2024.