Applications for October – December 2018 cohort have now opened.
Applications for the October – December programme have now closed, however please complete our form to register your interest for our next intake from November 2018 for the January – March 2019 cohort.
What is Innovating for Growth?
Innovating for Growth is a European Regional Development Fund programme designed to help small businesses scale-up and grow. With £10,000 worth of specialist support spread over a three-month period, you’ll get tailored one-to-one advice on:
- Developing a growth strategy
- Refining your business model
- Product and service innovation
- Creating a market strategy and building your brand
- Maximising your Intellectual Property
- Business and market intelligence
When can you apply?
Applications for the October – December programme have now closed, however please complete our form below to register your interest for our next intake from November 2018 for the January – March 2019 cohort.
Want to find out more? Watch our video to see how we’ve helped our previous businesses to scale-up and grow.
What can you expect?
You might be looking to grow into a new market, launch a new product or implement a new process. Not sure how? Through one-to-one sessions and workshops we’ll work together to help you fulfil your growth potential. You will also get automatic membership to our ‘Growth Club’ where you will have the opportunity to network with other high-growth business owners and keep in touch with your Relationship Manager.
Find out more about previous Innovating for Growth businesses here.
What are the requirements?
- Your business has a turnover of £100,000 or more
- Your business is based in London
- You can commit to a minimum of 12 hours over three months
- You have big ambitions to scale and grow your business.
Start-up support programme
If you’re not quite ready for our scale-up programme but want to know the essentials for running your small business read about our start-up programme here.
This programme is fully-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the British Library.