Capstan Announce EU Grants for Remote Working in South East

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LG Ericsson distributor Capstan Communications has announced an EU grant scheme that will see users gain £1000 from the cost of technology used to reduce travel.

The EU Grants for LG-Ericsson apply for customers in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes, Hampshire and Isle of Wight, Kent and Medway, Oxfordshire, Surrey and Sussex.

Capstan Marketing Director Mike Smythe says, “As part of our channel support programmes we are delighted to announce the return of the popular iPECS Sustainable Routes program, which will allow resellers to take advantage of an EU grant for your customers of up to £1000. To quality for the maximum amount they must invest at least £3000 in technology from Capstan.

This part match-funded grant is available to businesses in the South East of England so if you have prospects, nearly closed deals or a database of customers in the South East you need to act now!”

Smythe says that grants are available to businesses that have traded for two years or more and have a turnover of at least £75k and use technology to reduce travel, such as an IPECS with remote working.

Concluding Smythe says, “This is an unusual opportunity to open a discussion with prospects and close deals previously thought lost – but act quickly as the scheme had limited funds and is likely to be very popular. Visit sustainableroutes.ipecs.me to learn more and to apply on behalf of your customers.”