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COVID-19 Business Support from HM Government: Loans, tax relief, and cash grants are available for small businesses, Employers can apply for staff to get up to 80% pay if they cannot work, Self-employed people can receive up to £2,500/month in grants for at least 3 months

Coronavirus Future Fund Scheme: The UK Government launched a scheme that issues convertible loans between £125,000 to £5 million to innovative companies that are facing financing difficulties due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Triple Point Kick-Start Campaign for UK start-ups: Triple Point will invest between £100-£150k at pre-money valuations between £1m-£1.5m. To be eligible your business must meet the following criteria: Be B2B or B2B2C, UK based, Software (rather than hardware), and EIS qualifying.

Low Carbon Technologies Fund 2 from Turquoise:Turquoise deploys £11m of capital to early-stage businesses whose technology or projects contribute to greenhouse gas savings.

MCS Charitable Foundation: MCS Charitable Foundation is open to funding a range of projects that advance our mission to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy and low carbon technologies.

Anglia Ruskin University is offering a series of initiatives to help businesses affected by covid-19: Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) has announced measures to collaborate with business, public sector, and community organisations to help the region recover from COVID-19 and to stimulate further economic growth.

Convertible Loan Notes – An Alternative Form of Finance During COVID-19:The Goodwin team explores the opportunities of using Convertible Loan Notes as a way to secure funding in these difficult times.

Releasing cash in a pandemic: What all businesses need to assess right now: In this think piece, the Catax team explores the tax relief schemes that companies of all sizes are often unaware of but can use to boost their bottom line.

Clean Growth Fund: The UK Government has launched a new £40 million Clean Growth Fund to supercharge green start-ups during the pandemic.