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Opus Energy and Small Business Grants: Get £5,000 to energise your SME

22nd March 2018

At Opus Energy, we are proud to announce that we are an official partner of Small Business Grants, a monthly cash competition awarding the UK’s brightest small business stars.

Opus Energy and Small Business Grants: Get £5,000 to energise your SME

Small Business Grants is completely free to enter: every month, one highly deserving small business gets a £5,000 lump sum grant, with no strings attached.

To top it off, the winning business gets a tailored advice session with an expert from Opus Energy – sitting down with anyone from Opus Energy COO Nikki Flanders to our Marketing Director, sharing bespoke business advice that will uniquely help to boost their brand.

Getting to meet some of the brightest, greatest SMEs operating in the UK is what we at Opus Energy love to do. Over 90% of the businesses we supply energy to are small and medium enterprises, and they form a vital part of the UK economy – we energise them, and their energy keeps Britain’s business scene buzzing.

Nikki Flanders, Opus Energy COO, commented: “We’re delighted to be on board and partnering with Small Business Grants, helping to support and put the spotlight on some of the most exciting small businesses in the UK. We’re only two months into this year’s grant submissions and I’ve already been blown away by the calibre of entries.”

Ben Lobel, Editor,, added: “Opus Energy strives to provide a network of support for its smaller business customers, offering guidance and advice rather than just utilities. This makes the company an ideal partner for Small Business Grants. Together with Opus Energy we look forward to helping our grant winners fulfil their potential and become market-leading superstars.”

Check out the advice session for January’s winner, Perlego, below:

Small Business Grants is run by, and open to all UK businesses that are at least one year old, with a minimum turnover of £50,000.