Surrey County Council is investing £50,000 to help business start-ups get off the ground, grow and create jobs. The Council has joined forces with the Fredericks Foundation, which lends to people who may have been turned down for a bank loan. The money will be used to help businesses with great start-up ideas and provide business advice for new and recently launched businesses as they seek to develop.
Surrey County Council deputy leader Peter Martin said: "Local businesses are the lifeblood of every community – if they thrive, we all prosper. Our approach is about everyone pulling together as one team, whether we're a charity or a council, for the benefit of Surrey and this scheme gives entrepreneurs with great ideas who might not otherwise get the help they need the chance to boost our economy and create jobs."
For more information, contact Geraldine Harman at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07877 032006.
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