Coronavirus outbreak: support for business

Scottish Government Coronavirus Business Support Fund

Information and how to apply


Newly Self-Employed Hardship Fund

As part of Scottish Government’s support to businesses, a fund has been established to support the newly self-employed who are not eligible for any other form of financial support. 

The purpose of this fund is to provide hardship relief to newly self-employed individuals who have not been able to access support through other schemes.

Successful applicants will receive a one-off payment of £2000.

Individuals may only apply once and only in one Local Authority area. This must be the Local Authority area in which they live, regardless of where they trade.

This fund is being administered by local authorities.

Complete and submit this form to apply:

 

Apply to newly self-employed hardship fund 

 

If you have any queries about this grant contact us ensuring Self Employed hardship Grant is in the subject.


B&B Fund

A Scottish Government fund offering hardship relief for establishments which:

  • offer bed and breakfast services (guest house, farmhouse, inn, restaurant with rooms) and

  • operate with a personal bank account demonstrating business revenue and expenditure. Applications can also be accepted from businesses using a business bank account if they are not in receipt of other Covid-19 business grant support

  • have not been able to access support through other schemes

Successful applicants will receive a one-off payment of £3000.

Individuals must apply in the local authority area where the business is located.

Apply to B&B fund

If you have any queries about this grant contact info@businessangus.com


Support for key suppliers and grant-supported providers

Our Key Supplier Support Guidance sets out how we will deal with requests for support from key suppliers and grant-supported providers in response to the COVID-19 emergency.

Find out more and apply for support


Here to help businesses

Business Angus have collated the most up-to-date advice from government and support organisations on the Invest in Angus website.

We have also published this page on funding information and support.