Collaborative Workspace | Meeting Rooms | Innovation | Idea Engineering | Shoreditch EU funding and grants Funding is managed according to strict rules to ensure that there is tight control over how funds are used and that funds are spent in a transparent, accountable manner. EU funding is complex, since there are many different types of programmes managed by different bodies. Over 76% of the EU budget is managed by the member countries. This includes the structural funds - which finance regional policy, social and training programmes, as well as agriculture (including support for farmers). Two main types of funding Grants for specific projects, usually following a public announcement known as a 'call for proposals'. Public contracts to buy services, goods or works to ensure the operations of EU institutions or programmes. As a group, the 28 EU Commissioners have the ultimate political responsibility for ensuring that EU funds are spent properly. Beneficiaries Small businesses Can obtain EU funding through grants, loans and guarantees. EU funding opportunities for small businesses Young people
Bay Area K Group Guidance - incorporation and names (GP1) June 2013 - Version 5.1 as modified by the Companies Act 2006 PDF version of this page (814KB) Is this guidance for you? This guide will be relevant to you if: you want to incorporate a company you want to check which names are acceptable for a company Contents This guide answers many frequently asked questions and provides information on completing the most commonly used filings relating to this area. Introduction This guide sets out the main requirements for incorporating a company in the United Kingdom i.e. how to incorporate a limited company the type of company you wish to incorporate the company's officers choosing a company name including controls and restrictions disclosure of company name and other information Chapter 1 - Incorporating a new company 1. Incorporation is the process by which a new or existing business registers as a limited company. A business cannot operate as a limited company until it has been incorporated at Companies House under the Companies Act 2006. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Global Guardians | Vacant Property Management & Guardian Specialists The future of the workplace | Innovation Nation Awards | Guardian Professional Something is stirring in east London, and it was stirring long before David Cameron made his "tech city" speech of November 2010. Back then the prime minister announced a vision for an "east London tech city – a hub that stretches from Shoreditch and Old Street to the Olympic park", and could one day rival America's Silicon Valley. In 2012, overlooking Old Street's "Silicon roundabout", founder and CEO of tech startup Huddle, Alistair Mitchell, described the scene. Part of what's driving this buzz is a new way of working. Rather than simply a shared office space, THECUBE's concept is for members to generate business leads, bid for jobs together and share skills. Jonathan Lister is a member of THECUBE, and runs his own web agency J&J. Indeed this is reflected in how Lister runs his agency, pulling freelancers and small businesses together on a project basis, disbanding again when the project ends. This is a view that Alistair Mitchell at Huddle shares.
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