Grant funding with Growth Works

Do you need investment to help grow your business?

Once you have a solid growth plan in place, you may need to call on some specialist services or development to make it all come together.

Power up your growth through our 50% match grant funding opportunities, designed to unlock your growth acceleration.

This gives you the opportunity to benefit from subsidised fees for external professional services or give you the cash you need to make critical capital purchases.

Here’s how Growth Works can help.

What grants are available?

Depending on your growth strategy, you may need revenue or capital investment to realise your ambitions. That why we, at Growth Works, offer both.

Revenue grants

Investing in strategic growth expertise or services

Capital grants

Investing in equipment or other capital purchases

  • Software development
  • Digital platform development
  • Marketing and sales consultancy
  • New product development
  • Intellectual property development
  • Financial planning
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Leadership and management development
  • New machinery
  • Expanding your premises
  • Software licenses
  • New specialist equipment
  • Additional vehicles
  • Computer equipment

How to apply

First step? Complete our quick and easy online diagnostic to give us an idea of who you are and ensure you meet baseline criteria:

  • Located in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
  • 3 – 249 employees
  • Balance sheet less than €43m (approx. £38m)
  • Annual turnover less than €50m (approx. £44m)

A dedicated Growth Advisor will then contact you to guide you through next steps of the programme and grant application.


What is the Growth Works Revenue Grant scheme?

The Growth Works initiative, which includes the grants scheme, is to support growth ambitious businesses to accelerate (or increase their capacity and capability to accelerate) their business growth.

Any business that is seeking to invest in growth may apply for a Revenue Grant that can fund up to 50% of costs, including, for example, support from a consultant or professional advisor.

It is a scheme funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).