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Business schemes available - 212
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Work Ready West

Employment and training programme to assist long term unemployed in the Fermanagh & Omagh District Council area develop pathways into employment. Businesses are invited to provide a work placement which will be funded by The Executive Office.

The Executive Office
Brexit Readiness Vouchers

Financial support up to £2000/€2250 Euro (inclusive of VAT) towards professional advice in relation to Brexit matters.

Exploring Enterprise Programme

Exploring Enterprise Programme (EEP) provides support to unemployed or economically inactive individuals in NI. It’s designed to fill a gap in the provision of enterprise support. It addresses deprivation, disadvantage and employability barriers.

Enterprise Northern Ireland
Job Introduction Scheme

Support for employers in the form of a weekly grant towards the cost of employing a person with a disability in a 13 week job trial.

Department for Communities (DfC)
Work Experience Programme

Opportunity for employers to offer jobseekers meaningful work experience.

Department for Communities (DfC)
Co-Fund NI II (ERDF)

The Co-Fund NI ll (ERDF) is a £50 million fund for SMEs based in Northern Ireland. The fund co-invests alongside business angels and other private investors. The fund can participate in investment deals typically valued between £150,000 and £1 million and up to £1.25 million over a series of investment rounds, at a ratio of up to 50 per cent.

Clarendon Fund Managers
Principles of Customer Service

Business course to gain skills and techniques that form the fundamentals of service professionalism.

Tourism Northern Ireland
Challenge Programme

Support proven to transform a company’s prospects in a matter of months by applying the most effective methods of generating innovative ideas, selecting those with the best chance of success and bringing them to market. 

Co-Innovate programme

Innovation support programme offering free workshops tailored to individual businesses, audits, funding and one-to-one expert mentoring.

Northern Ireland Central Investment Fund for Charities

Providing charities with the opportunity to invest all or part of their assets in a centrally pooled fund. Participating charities are allocated a proportionate number of shares based on the size of their investment and the most recent valuation (share price).

Department for Communities (DfC)