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WellingtonNZ has $3.94 million available for regional business support
August 26, 2020
Kāpiti Business: WellingtonNZ has funding available to support businesses impacted by Covid-19.

WellingtonNZ has established a Business Recovery Team to help connect Wellington regional business owners to expert advice and support.
This funding, available through the Regional Business Partner Network, allows businesses to access up to $5,000 in vouchers to access expert advisory services for anything from financial advice and business coaching, through to marketing and digital enablement strategy, HR and legal advice and health and wellness support.

This funding through WellingtonNZ (formerly known as WREDA - the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency), is available to Kāpiti businesses who have been impacted by Covid-19 and are looking for professional advice to support, grow and/or re-focus their business for a changing economy. There is also specific support available for Māori in business and Māori businesses, and tourism businesses.

By registering with the Regional Business Partner Network, all Wellington regional businesses will be referred to a WellingtonNZ business advisor, who will discuss your eligibility and connect you with the services and local providers that best suit your business' needs.

To register and apply for funding head to: https://app.regionalbusinesspartners.co.nz/Business/SelfRegister

To learn more about the fund, or WellingtonNZ's other business support services go here: https://www.wellingtonnz.com/business/covid-19-funding-for-business-support/

Stay up to date with Wellington regional business news by signing up to the WellingtonNZ monthly business enewsletter: https://www.wellingtonnz.com/business/wellingtonnz-business-enews/


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