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£5,000 giveaway every month to a leading small business

By Crowdcube. 8th Jan 2018

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SmallBusiness.co.uk is pleased to partner with Crowdcube to bring you Small Business Grants, a new, free-to-enter initiative offering £5,000 every month to a leading small business. The grant does not have to be paid back.

To apply, your business should be at least one year old and turning over between £50,000 and £500,000.

All you need to do is fill in a single form here talking about your business and what you would do with the money.

Every month, a shortlist of six leading candidates is sent through to a panel of independent judges, made up of prominent entrepreneurs and industry authorities.

We are delighted to welcome Crowdcube co-founder Luke Lang onto our panel, who, along with our other judges, will make a decision on the winner based on factors such as turnover growth, innovation, aspiration, key projects completed, contracts won and partnerships forged, as well as the extent to which £5,000 can help the company succeed.

We look forward to receiving your applications for this exciting new initiative. Good luck!

Risk warning

Investing in start-ups and early stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Crowdcube is targeted exclusively at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. You will only be able to invest via Crowdcube once you are registered as sufficiently sophisticated. Please click here to read the full Risk Warning.

This page is approved as a financial promotion by Crowdcube Capital Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Pitches for investment are not offers to the public and investments can only be made by members of crowdcube.com on the basis of information provided in the pitches by the companies concerned.