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Successful Scottish sculptor David Mitchell has moved into premises at our Grovewood Business Centre in Lanarkshire to help cope with a growing workload. 

One of Scotland’s leading IT services businesses, Cloud Cover, is embarking on expansion plans thanks to help from UKSE. 

An ‘apprentice-style’ entrepreneur challenge, aimed to encourage business start-ups in South Lanarkshire, has returned to the area thanks to UKSE. 

Young people in Hartlepool have been given the chance to start a career in catering, hospitality or business thanks to a local charity and £2,500 from UK Steel Enterprise’s Community Support Fund. 

With over 30 years’ experience in the hair business, Jo Nyafuna knows a thing or two about looking after her customers. 

UK Steel Enterprise’s funding for community projects in steel areas has made a dream come true for a Middlesbrough-based charity supporting people through recovery from addiction. 

A family-run signage and graphics business that recently marked its 40th anniversary has returned to the UK Steel Enterprise Innovation Centre that it calls ‘home’ as it expands into new areas. 

Eligible new enterprises in Caerphilly are to receive another year of grant support, thanks to UKSE and Caerphilly County Borough Council. 

A new boutique specialising in luxury clothing and toys from a range of national and international brands has launched in Rotherham thanks to a funding grant from UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE). 

Frogglebaggle, a crafts business that uses recycled materials to create bespoke, hand painted gifts whilst providing a form of art therapy for mental health sufferers, has launched in Rotherham.