For recent start-ups and existing SME businesses seeking to borrow £25k - £100k to kickstart activity

microfinance

Microfinance

£25k – £100k

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For SMEs needing to borrow larger amounts to finance growth

debt finance

Debt Finance

£100k – £750k

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For SMEs with ambitious growth plans seeking an equity injection of up to £2m

equity finance

Equity Finance

£50k – £2m

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WHAT IS THE NORTHERN POWERHOUSE INVESTMENT FUND?

The Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, supported by the European Regional Development Fund, provides commercially focussed finance through Microfinance, Debt and Equity Finance funds.

 

NPIF is a collaboration between the British Business Bank and ten Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) in the North West, Yorkshire, the Humber and Tees Valley. 

NPIF provides over £400m of investment to boost small and medium business (SME) growth in the North of England.

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HELPING SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESSES IN THE
NORTH OF ENGLAND TO REALISE THEIR POTENTIAL

If your business is located in the North of England and you are looking to start up, scale up or stay ahead, select one of the funding options below to see how NPIF can help.

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