Inverclyde Council are offering tourism Grants up to 50% FeaturedWritten by Helmut Watterott
Happy to let everyone know that Economic Development currently has grants of up to £1,000 for tourist related businesses seeking to improve their services, upgrade facilities or increase marketing activity to attract more visitors. Grants will fund up to 50% of ex vat costs for projects.
"The grants cover up to 50% of total costs to a maximum of £1,000 for business development in the tourism sector, including improvements to services and facilities and marketing activities such as market research, development of exhibition and promotional materials, print and online advertising, direct mail campaigns and website development."
Please see the Inverclyde Council website for more information HERE or come and talk to us today.
This is great news. However, in the current climate all types of businesses could do with this sort of help.
FROM Inverclyde Council WEBSITE
"Local tourism businesses urged to apply for Council grants scheme
Monday 01 October 2012
With the 2012 summer tourism season coming to an end, Inverclyde Council is urging local tourism and hospitality businesses in the area to apply for funding through the Council’s Small Business Assistance Tourism Grants, to develop new projects over the winter months and prepare them for 2013.
Commenting on the funding scheme, Environment and Regeneration Convenor, Councillor Michael McCormick said: “Inverclyde Council is committed to working with the local business community to develop tourism and grow visitor numbers to the area, helping to boost the local economy and ensure a sound economic future."