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The Creative Growth Debt Fund visits Northern Ireland

Creative England have launched a £24 million growth finance programme for the creative and digital sector – it offers scale-up finance for post-revenue businesses presenting promising growth potential.

Creative England's CFO, Mehjabeen Patrick, will be visiting Belfast on the 5th of February to host a presentation and discussions with any business interested in finding out more about accessing the funding.

This Creative Growth Fund offers loans that are built around a repayment structure which suits the diverse nature of each beneficiary business. The fund will provide business loans of up to £500,000 to firms showing potential for growth and scaling, in addition to revenue and intellectual property.

 

Should you wish to attend or find out more about the Creative Growth Debt Fund, please contact either myself or Julia Morrish at julia.morrish@creativeengland.co.uk. 

 

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