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02 May 2012

RGF Round 3 Briefing

Join Tees Valley Unlimited and partners at an event to identify key opportunities for business growth and development, including Regional Growth Fund, the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI) and the delivery of export services from UK Trade and Investment.

Tees Valley has enjoyed significant success attracting over £68 million through RGF Rounds 1 and 2. A further £1 billion has been allocated for Round 3 to support projects that lever in private sector investment and create jobs.

AMSCI aims to improve the competitiveness of manufacturing supply chains and April 2012 also saw a consortium of NECC, RTC North and Nepic awarded the contract to deliver export services across the region.

Date: Wednesday 2 May 2012

Time: 5pm for 530pm until 7pm

Venue: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS

TVU's Stephen Catchpole will explore the need for a locally managed grant and / or loan scheme funded by RGF Round 3 to support Tees Valley projects by small and medium enterprises.

Please see an outline Tees Valley Expression of Interest form available here

UNW's Neville Bearpark will offer invaluable advice on submitting a bid and effectively meeting criteria guidelines.

Nepic's Stan Higgins will highlight funding available through Regional Growth Fund Round 2 and local opportunities to support the export goods and services overseas through UKTI.

This is a free event with refreshment served on arrival.

Please register your place by clicking here

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