Boost To The Local Community As Techniswage Is Awarded Green Shoots Fund

  • By Angus McDougall
  • 04 Feb, 2014

We are pleased to announce that despite competition from more than 160 other companies, we have been awarded the government’s Green Shoots Fund.

 As part of receiving the Green Shoots Fund we have received a grant of £30,000. With this grant, we will be purchasing new machinery, expanding our operations and creating more jobs in the local area.

Set up to help small and medium sized companies make the most of the recent upturn, the Green Shoots Fund comprises of money from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund, a multi-billion pot that is offered to businesses to help them expand.

Commenting on Techniswage being awarded the fund, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said to the Express & Star “The successful companies in the Green Shoots Fund are wonderful examples of the ingenuity and drive in the Black Country. And the Express & Star should be proud to shout about them.”

Techniswage being awarded the fund comes as Prime Minister David Cameron launches a campaign encouraging manufacturing in the UK.

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