Latest Business Support From East Riding Of Yorkshire Council - 12/10/21
East Riding Of Yorkshire are pleased to provide their latest Covid-19 business support update.
As regulations continue to relax and come to an end, we are keen to continue to supply you with key business information including changes to legislation as it becomes available, as well as provide business support tailored to your needs. For this reason, we have taken the decision that future emails will be issued on a fortnightly basis.
To ensure that we continue meeting your needs, we welcome any feedback and / or specific requests for types of information that you would potentially like to be included.
To extend this support further, we are pleased to invite you to our first in-person information event.
INVITE - East Riding Council Business Support Information Evening
The economic impact of the past 18-month is still being felt by many businesses. East Riding of Yorkshire Council Business Services are hosting an event for East Riding businesses interested in finding out more about the range of grants and support currently available to them at this time.
Come and find out more about our development grants, giving access to funds; whether it is to help you to maintain your customer base, expand your business or diversify into new markets. Also, have the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and speak to our business advisors about the vast range of additional products and services available to you.
So why not join us at ergo, Bridgehead Business Park, Hessle, HU13 0GD on Tuesday 19 October 2021 at 6pm to hear more (expected finish time is 7.30pm).
Places will be limited and will be offered on a first come first served basis. To register an interest in attending the event please visit:
For any additional information, please telephone 01482 391622.
Information about how the Kickstart Scheme closure will affect employers and Kickstart gateways: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/kickstart-scheme-closure
Job Finding Support Scheme
The government has announced funding of £500 million for the Job Finding Support scheme, which will provide online, tailored, one-to-one support for workers who have left the furlough scheme and are on Universal Credit. A new enhanced support package to help workers over the age of 50 stay in or return to work will also be introduced. The government also announced that the Kickstart Scheme will be extended to March 2022:
For ongoing support, you can contact your dedicated business advisor, or the business support team: