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The Levelling Up Fund – How To Boost Your Chances Of Success
With the full application details of the Government’s Levelling Up Fund now public, many local leaders will be starting to work on their bids.

This webinar is a follow up to our original Levelling Up session in February and is designed to support local leaders to get off on the right foot when starting their application.

The Levelling Up agenda aims to reduce inequalities in social and economic outcomes between different parts of the UK. The £4.8bn Fund will support local areas and communities to improve “the infrastructure of everyday life" and stimulate economies through investment in regeneration projects.

This advice filled session will be hosted by, Andrew Laird, Managing Director at Mutual Ventures, Bharati Ghodke, Associate Director at Project Centre, and Tricia Phillips Managing Consultant at Cadence Innova.

Our experts will guide you through the detail of the application process, the assessment criteria and what you need to focus on to boost your application’s chance of success. During the webinar, the panel will discuss:

• An overview of everything we know about the Levelling Up fund so far – including the key elements included in the additional “Technical note”.

• A walk through the application form itself, drawing out what you’ll need to focus on and how the questions link to the Treasury’s Green Book guidance on applying for government funding.

• Hints and tips for gaining the support of key local stakeholders – this is a critical initial task.

Throughout the session our panel of experts will share hints and tips and there will be an opportunity to ask questions. Questions can also be submitted ahead of the session to: andrew@mutualventures.co.uk.

If you want to give your bid to the Levelling Up Fund the best chance of success then this webinar is a must.

Apr 13, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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