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Venture debt is a form of debt financing for early-stage and high-growth companies, offering a strategic complement to equity financing that minimizes dilution of ownership. It provides critical capital that can be used for various business needs, from fueling expansion to covering working capital requirements. 


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Discover If Government Grants Are Suitable for Your Business

Complete the short Grant Eligibility Checker to find out if your company qualifies for Grant Funding and which program would be most suitable for you to apply for.

What grants are available for startups?

The aim of a government grant is to provide financial support and resources to foster research, development, and implementation of innovative ideas. These grants aim to encourage technological advancements, promote entrepreneurship, and drive economic growth by supporting businesses in their pursuit of groundbreaking solutions, product development, and market expansion.


For innovative businesses, there are several major providers offering various grants to support innovation. It is important to note that UK companies can still apply for certain EU grants.


Innovate UK

Grant Value: £25,000 to £2 million

Supports businesses in the UK with funding for research and development projects, encouraging innovation and driving economic growth


European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

Grant Value: £10,000 to £10 million or more.

Supports economic development and regional cohesion across Europe by funding projects that promote innovation, job creation, and sustainable growth.


Horizon Europe - UK Applicants

Grant Value: £50,000 to £10 million or more.

Funds research and innovation projects in various fields, aiming to drive scientific excellence, address societal challenges, and foster innovation across Europe.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

Grant Value: £10,000 to £10 million or more.

Supports economic development and regional cohesion across Europe by funding projects that promote innovation, job creation, and sustainable growth.

European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

Grant Value: £50,000 to £5 million or more.

Promotes innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe by supporting knowledge and innovation communities that focus on specific societal challenges and sectors.

European Research Council (ERC)

Grant Value: £100,000 to £2 million

Supports scientific excellence by funding frontier research projects conducted by individual researchers or research teams across various disciplines.

Scottish Enterprise

Grant Value: £10,000 to £2 million or more.

Provides a range of funding options and support services to help businesses grow, innovate, and expand in Scotland, with a focus on economic development and job creation.

Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits

Award: Tax relief or cash payment

Although not technically a Grant, this can be a valuable resource for funding innovation where the government will refund a percentage of spend against your innovation project or give tax relief for larger more profitable companies.

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Benfits of Grant Funding

free funding

Free Funding

Government grants provide non-repayable financial support for your business or project.

credibility boost

Credibility Boost

Being awarded a government grant validates your idea and enhances your reputation in the eyes of stakeholders.

access to experts

Access to Expertise

Grants offer access to valuable resources, mentorship, and guidance from industry experts to maximize your chances of success.


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  • What is revenue-based financing (RBF)?
    RBF is a type of funding where a business agrees to share a percentage of future revenue with an investor in exchange for capital upfront.
  • How is RBF different from traditional loans or equity financing?
    Unlike traditional loans, RBF repayments fluctuate based on monthly revenues. Unlike equity financing, it doesn't involve giving up company ownership.
  • Who is eligible for RBF?
    Typically, businesses with steady revenue streams, high growth potential, and high gross margins are best suited for RBF.
  • How much can I borrow with RBF?
    The amount varies but is generally linked to your business's monthly revenues and growth prospects. A good rule of thumb is 1-2x your monthly revenue.
  • How are the repayment terms set?
    Repayments are typically a fixed percentage of monthly revenues, continuing until a predetermined total repayment amount is met.
  • What if my business has a slow month?
    If revenues are lower in a given month, your repayment will also be lower, offering flexibility to manage business fluctuations.
  • Does RBF require personal guarantees or collateral?
    Typically, RBF does not require personal guarantees or specific assets as collateral, unlike traditional loans.
  • What kind of businesses can benefit from RBF?
    Businesses with high gross margins and consistent revenue—like software, service businesses, or subscription models—can benefit most from RBF.
  • How long is the RBF process?
    The time can vary but it's generally faster than traditional financing methods. After application, it can take a few weeks to receive funding.
  • Can I opt for RBF if I have existing debt or equity investors?
    Yes, you can. However, the terms of your existing agreements and the consent of your current investors or lenders may influence this decision.
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