Accessing funding support – in plain English

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Castle’s Victoria Ansell was delighted to speak with Amalia Brightley-Gillott of the Family Business Place recently, and tried to unravel some of the practical aspects of accessing funding support at the moment.

Whilst Castle does not have all the answers, hopefully this video is helpful to anyone wanting to access funding support, but isn’t sure how to go about it.

If we can help in any way, do please contacts us.

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15th April 2020

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