COVID-19 Business Support

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Winter Economic Plan – Update 22 October 2020

The Government have announced a package of measures that will continue to protect jobs and help businesses through the uncertain months ahead as we continue to tackle the spread of the virus.

Announced today (22 October 2020) is further support for those areas affected by Tier 2 restrictions.  To read more follow here.

The Council will be releasing information on how hospitality, hotel, B&B, leisure and other affected businesses can apply for this Tier 2 grant funding as soon as we receive the guidance and funding from Government.

Once we have the system in place to accept applications, we will share this on our business finance support page, and will publicise it on our social media accounts. 

Supporting our local businesses

We are keen to support our business community as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.  If your business is struggling please contact us to see if we can provide assistance by calling 01642 444366 or email business@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Business Events



Webinar: Introduction to Exporting

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Redcar and Cleveland College: Digital Marketing - Growing your business online

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