Caithness Business Fund celebrates a successful 2018
Caithness Business Fund is delighted to announce that a new tranche of funding has been made available to enable it to support small businesses in Caithness as they set up and plan for growth.
Caithness Business Fund is now open to a wider business audience and is encouraging new applications.
Renewables developer Eurowind has announced the Lyth Jobs Access Fund worth around £30k a year to help Caithness people access training opportunities with North Highland College
Baillie Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund has been set-up to disburse funds from the newly commissioned Baillie Wind Farm which is contributing £100,000 per annum for the 25 year life of the wind farm for the benefit of West Caithness.
A new Fund has been launched to assist small businesses with their business growth and development and promote the economic growth of Caithness and North Sutherland.