Neville Bearpark
Consultant

t: +44 (0)191 243 6000
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk
Carole Almond
Senior Manager, Grant Support

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

Grants Advice

UNW’s grant team is well-placed to advise clients how to access government grants and funding, aiding with the preparation of applications and bids, ensuring state aid compliance, while also performing appraisal and financial due diligence services on behalf of awarding bodies.

We have worked with clients ranging from global blue chip companies to local family owned businesses in sectors including automotive, IT, engineering, business support services and manufacturing to access over £200m from the Regional Growth Fund. We have also assisted organisations in obtaining grant funding from sources such as Innovate UK, Social Investment Business, Rural Development Programme for England and the Big Lottery Fund.

We are thrilled to have our recent re-accreditation of the @IIP Gold status featured in this month's North East Times - read the full November issue here: netimesmagazine.co.uk/wp-content/upl… twitter.com/NETimesMagazin…

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UNW’s Corporate Finance team and Who Can Fix My Car, a leading website that connects drivers with car repair services local to them, recently hosted a round-table lunch in Newcastle upon Tyne. The forum was held to explore how data can be used more effectively to increase sales and efficiency by encouraging attendees to share ideas. It also allowed them to investigate ways in which they could collaborate with one another in the future.

UNW Charity Group Bulletin October 2019

In this edition, we are focusing on looking forwards – firstly with a reminder on the responsibilities of a charity