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Help & Advice2022-06-02T00:31:38+01:00

The primary function of every website we create is to provide bespoke help and advice to jobseekers and businesses alike.

With new information about government schemes and funding being published on a regular basis, our site removes the need for you to trail through an overwhelming amount of websites which can often contain outdated or somewhat contradictory information. We sift this constant stream of information for you, in order to ascertain what support is available and keep you up to date. This is important when running a business as change can happen quickly and funding streams that may previously have been available can be withdrawn at short notice, which can seriously impact financial planning and decision making.    

We noticed that there was a lack of high-quality, curated information out there for employers so one of the things that we set out to do when starting the Embracing Future Potential network of websites was to create clear and concise step-by-step guides on all kinds of subjects that businesses would find useful. These have grown to include everything from employing an apprentice, to transferring Apprenticeship Levy funds, or accessing relevant funding streams now that the Government’s post-Covid Kickstart Scheme has closed.  

Utilising the wealth of information on our site will allow you to concentrate on what you do best, while at the same time allowing you to access an enormous pool of talent and reliable information in an easy and cost-effective way. 

We are regularly in contact with every local authority the length and breadth of the UK, and we will keep you up to date with national and devolved government policy as well as providing information on all of the funding streams that your business can access from your locale.

If you have any feedback, or if you would like to place a job advert, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do what we can to accommodate your needs.

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