Organisations who can help

Details of organisations that can provide support for businesses.


    Funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, Surrey Heath Borough Council have appointed IncuHive to provide free business support.

    Their advisors will work with you to identify what would most help your business. This includes:

    • free advice and mentoring
    • access to funding and grants
    • finance, bookkeeping, tax
    • finding new clients, marketing, web, social media

    Post-Covid business planning and/or pivoting To find out more without any pressure or obligation, please contact Andy Pringle on 07817 065694 or by email (link sends email).

    Enterprise M3 Growth Hub

    The Enterprise M3 Growth Hub offers expert advice to thousands of businesses each year and has a specific focus on high growth, high-tech SMEs.

    Find out more about the Growth Hub on the Enterprise M3 website (external link).

    Surrey Chambers of Commerce

    Surrey Chambers of Commerce is the county’s largest independent not-for-profit business support and networking organisation. We utilise the expertise and experience of thousands of businesses (55,000 business people). Sitting at the heart of the business community, Surrey Chambers of Commerce acts as a catalyst by connecting you to opportunities, skills, knowledge and valuable contacts.

    Visit the Surrey Chamber of Commerce website (external link).

    Federation for Small Businesses

    The Federation for Small Businesses (FSB) are a membership organisation that support small businesses across the UK.

    Visit the FSB South East website (external link).

    Start up loans

    If you have (or plan to start) a UK-based business that’s been fully trading for less than 36 months, Start Up Loans are government-backed and charge a fixed interest rate of 6% per year. You can borrow between £1,000 and 25,000.

    Visit the Start Up Loans website (external link).

    HM Revenue and Customs

    Offers guidance on the things you need to consider when starting a new business.

    For more information, visit the HM Revenue and Customs webpages on the GOV.UK website (external link).

    Start-up businesses (

    An online resource offering information and advice on starting up a new business. For more information, visit the set up a business webpage on the GOV.UK website (external link).