Brexit Loan Scheme: Addressing Challenges posed by Brexit

Brexit Loan Scheme: Addressing Challenges posed by Brexit


The Government of Ireland, through the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, has a range of supports and programmes in place to ensure small Irish companies are fully prepared for the impact of Britain leaving the European Union in March 2019.

One of these supports is the Brexit Loan Scheme, administered by the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI), that offers companies a Brexit related loan up to the value of €1.5million. Starting at €25,000, the Loan Scheme is open to any Brexit-affected business with up to 499 employees, which meets eligibility criteria (which can be found here.)

Brexit Loan

To download the Brexit Loan Scheme Information Pack, please click here.

The Brexit Loan Scheme is just one of the supports available to small businesses which may be affected by Brexit. If you are not aware of how your small business may be affected by the knock-on impacts of Brexit or you are unsure of how to deal with the changes ahead, then contact your Local Enterprise Office.

We offer a range of practical supports that includes Brexit Mentoring where an industry expert will advise you on the best steps you can take for your business ahead of Brexit.

Every small business can quickly and easily assess their Brexit exposure by taking 5 minutes to fill out the Brexit SME Scorecard. To find out what next steps you should be taking, click here to take the short survey.

Tenders

Tenders of potential interest to Local Enterprise Office clients.

Winning Public Sector Contracts

An introduction to public procurement for sole traders and small to medium businesses

Public Call for Expression of Interest

In this section, the Local Enterprise Office Kilkenny will advertise opportunities to register for our soft supports panels - i.e. mentoring, training programmes, etc.

 

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