Now open for applications This grant is specifically aimed at small businesses (less than 50 employees) based in North Ayrshire which are experiencing financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 restrictions and regulations introduced since October 2020. You should not apply for this fund if you are eligible for any scheme of support introduced
12th October 2020 Thistle Help Ltd in Irvine are delighted to announce the successful acquisition of the Mobility Centre in Crosshouse, Ayrshire as part of their expansion plans over the next two years. Having over 13 years’ experience in the mobility sector, Thistle Help owners George Ruddick and Laura Hays were keen to acquire the
5th October 2020 SUPPORT for a bold and fresh approach to rebuilding the Ayrshire economy has today (Monday) received significant support from major public bodies. North Ayrshire Council’s Community Wealth Building Strategy was launched in May and outlined a bold new economic model with a focus on wellbeing and inclusion to reduce poverty and inequality
June 2020 Booth Welsh is an engineering technology services business, based in Irvine. The company work across a range of sectors including Oil & Gas and Life & Chemical Sciences, providing a full suite of capabilities to major blue-chip clients across the globe. Booth Welsh is part of the wider Clough group and celebrated their
28th May 2020 The Scottish Government has begun releasing sectoral guidance for returning to work. Construction Guidance on construction sites and associated works that can continue under specific conditions. Manufacturing Guidance including procedures to plan for and maintain a safe place for all. Retail Guidance including staff and customer safety procedures and an operations checklist.
Largs company, Saturn Sails is on track to produce 5,000 face visors to a range of front-line workers. The company design and manufacture sails and covers for the marine sector but since the covid-19 pandemic everything ground to a halt and they had to furlough their staff. With a range of machinery, materials and skills,
30th April 2020 A £100 million package of additional grant support for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and newly self-employed people opens for applications later today. The three separate funds will be administered by local authorities and Scotland’s enterprise agencies and will begin to pay out grants in early May. They include a £34