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#Business

Goralka Tailoring Services - located on the first floor of St John's Market.
Boost to town centre as new traders help market boom
21 May 2024

A new tranche of traders have been welcomed to Scunthorpe’s St John’s Market, with more to set up stalls in…

Cllrs Rob Waltham and Carl Sherwood pictured with staff at Blended Products
£13,000 Government cash boost to supercharge productivity at...
16 February 2024

A speciality chemicals and gas supplier in Elsham is the latest business to benefit from Government cash to accelerate growth.…

Cllr Rob Waltham, Scunthorpe MP Holly Mumby-Croft at Harlequin with one of their employees.
Office furniture supplier sets sights on growth with Government...
24 January 2024

Harlequin Office Furniture is the latest local business to benefit from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) – receiving a…

Cllr Rob Waltham and Scunthorpe MP Holly Mumby-Croft pictured with Scunthorpe business - Sentex Hydraulix.
Family business creates new jobs and wins new customers thanks...
23 January 2024

Sentex Hydraulix, a Scunthorpe-based family run business, was awarded cash from the first round of the UK Shared Prosperity Funding…

Childminder briefing sessions
£600 start up grant available for new childminders
16 August 2023

A brand-new scheme to drive up the number of Ofsted registered childminders within North Lincolnshire is backed by Government cash.…

Graphic promoting the new business grants. Text reads "Millions of pounds in government funding is coming to North Lincolnshire". Picture on the right shows a business person with a chart
Apply today: substantial business funding package to turbocharge...
11 August 2023

A substantial funding package – including three brand-new grants – will turbocharge the local economy, delivering growth and bringing new…

‘Get that job’ at North Lincolnshire’s latest employment...
25 May 2023

An exciting new employment event is happening next month to give residents the skills needed to take on new roles…

Fostering Friendly Scheme launch event - Cllr Julie Reed
Businesses pledge to support fostering in North Lincolnshire
24 March 2023

Local businesses, employers and organisations flocked to The Baths Hall on Friday 17 March to attend the launch of a…

Make a difference. Become part of our Fostering Friendly Scheme.
Can you become part of our Fostering Friendly Scheme?
2 March 2023

Local businesses, employers and organisations are being invited to become Fostering Friendly and join the new scheme launched by North…

Towns Fund board members - Andrew Percy, Holly Mumby-Croft and Rob Waltham holding a cheque for £1 million.
New homes to be created in heart of Scunthorpe as £1m...
1 March 2023

Dozens of new homes will be created in the heart of Scunthorpe through a new Government-backed grant scheme. Property owners…

National Apprenticeship Week - figures
Apprenticeships are for everyone – start your career and...
6 February 2023

People across North Lincolnshire are being urged to snap up one of the hundreds of apprenticeships that are available in…

Wren - Normanby Enterprise
Deal done: Wren Kitchens snaps up 15-acre site on Normanby...
27 January 2023

Leading UK kitchen retailer Wren has bought a 15-acre site from North Lincolnshire Council as part of its continued expansion…

Image calling businesses to register
Businesses urged to sign up for next North Lincs Jobs Expo
9 January 2023

Local businesses are being urged to grab the opportunity to invest in a motivated and skilled workforce by signing up…

Photograph shows a businesswoman surrounded by a laptop, calculator and mobile phone
Almost 1,000 businesses to benefit from latest share of...
22 September 2022

Hundreds of North Lincolnshire businesses affected by the pandemic will receive a share of £6m of additional Government support. The…

Brown and copper graphic showing solar panels and advertising the Sustainability Grant
More cash to help local businesses go greener
1 March 2022

The Sustainability Business Grant – designed to help local businesses invest in low energy technology – is being reopened following…