Neville Bearpark
Corporate Finance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6011
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk
Carole Almond
Corporate Finance Manager

t: +44 (0)191 243 6084
e: carolealmond@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

Grant programmes

With a long history as a partner in managing funds and helping businesses grow, UNW is well placed to offer support in managing grant schemes.

Preparation of paperwork including state aid compliant guidelines, application forms and scoring and appraisal templates is just one aspect of our support. We also provide technical state aid advice, appraisal and claims services, with our team including staff from central government and regional developmental backgrounds.

In partnership with BE Group, we managed the £60m Let’s Grow grant scheme in the North East and are currently working with them on the Tees Valley Business Support Scheme. Collaborating with the Cumbria Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise, our team manages the £4m Cumbria Growth Fund.

Does your #Charity or #SocialEnterprise work to tackle social problems amongst disadvantaged communities? #PioneerandProsper repayable grants of up to £25k, plus business support, are available to organisations looking to make a difference: ow.ly/Xk7e30ltMtJ pic.twitter.com/xm50NEwGug

We know that the A-Levels results day hangover might not have worn off yet, but we're still looking for a Accounting and Finance Apprentice to join our team. The closing date for applications is Monday 3rd September. Click here for more info: ow.ly/wvS130ltOjR pic.twitter.com/4BOYXq53FA

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