Green your business and make it investable.
This Programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) AND Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, led and managed by University of East London (UEL) ,YingDe Group, East Herts Council, Welwyn Hatfield Council, and other twenty delivery partners, that aim to provide resources, expertise and know-how to both expand and enhance the provision of business support available in the UK to potential, sustainable, scalable and investable SMEs businesses. The accelerator will help small and medium-sized enterprises explore how to solve the problem of realizing profits in a zero-carbon or low-carbon operating environment. Eastern New Energy (ENE) is a three-year regional support programme – focusing on low/zero carbon actions and local economic development. The ENE project has received funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund.
Starting at 15th June and ending on 10th August 2021, the programme is offering a 6-weeks valuable package of training & support to a cohort of 10-20 promising early & late-stage innovators and help them to receive intensive advice and practical support that will enable them to raise investment funding from business angels and early-stage venture capitalist and thereby enable these SMEs to create new jobs in the UK. Furthermore, the programme helps them to develop crucial areas of their business and stimulate their awareness of industry collaboration in global scale, to accelerate their pathway towards commercialization and enable them to access to global capital market. (again, address zero carbon).