A Flying Start for AIM for GOLD Wolverhampton Cohort 2
06 Feb 2020
Published in: Member News
City Of Wolverhampton Council launches cohort 2 of the AIM for GOLD ERDF part-funded Programme
35 City of Wolverhampton businesses joined the AIM for GOLD Business Growth and
Grant programme that is part-funded by the European Union and the ERDF scheme. The second
cohort comprises of 35 companies from the manufacturing, digital, creative,
business services and environmental technologies.
The first cohort
was a success which resulted in over £320,000 of financial assistance to
17 local SMEs being secured with the help of the Business Development Team,
underpinning just over £1.3M of business investment in the City towards a range
items such as: New CNC Lathes; Hybrid Digital Printing Machine; Venue Finding
IT system; Warehouse Racking and pipework; Crane, steelwork, and civils;
Robotic cameras and video production items; VR Head set and PC’s; Industrial
Embroidery Machine; and a Steel Splitter and Cutter. The investment has created
over 50 new local job opportunities.
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