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Digital Transformation Flexible Fund

Funding Call 2 is now open.

Register for DTFF Pre-briefing sessions!

 
Expressions of Interest for Call 2 opened on the 4 March 2024 and will close on 29 March 2024 at 12pm.
 
How do I find out more?
Applicants are recommended to attend the Pre-briefing sessions before submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI). The Pre-briefing session will provide information about the fund and eligibility guidelines.
 
Click here to view and register for the next online pre-briefing session on Friday 22 March 2024.
 

Eligibility for the DFTT fund

Businesses must:
Be based in Northern Ireland and operate within 1 of the 11 local Council areas.
Be a Small or Micro business (Micro business: 1-9 FTEs. Small business: 10-49 FTEs – Full Time Equivalent).
Be VAT registered.
Be Actively trading for a minimum of 12 months.
Have a Digital Transformation Plan or equivalent;
Be focused on one or more of the six funded advanced digital technologies;
Have not received State Aid/Subsidy (funding from any national or local public sector scheme) in excess of €300,000 over the previous three financial years (De Minimis aid).
DTFF is open to all sectors with the exception of primary agriculture, forestry and fisheries.

 

With emerging technologies playing an increasingly important role in helping businesses to grow – can you afford to miss out?

The Digital Transformation Flexible Fund can offer eligible businesses and social enterprises help to fund their digital transformation project.

Digital technology is transforming the way in which businesses operate, helping them to gain a competitive edge and achieve long term success. The DTFF grants are worth between £5,000 and £20,000 and are designed to help small and micro businesses accelerate their digital transformation ambitions.

If eligible, the grant can fund up to 70% of the cost of a project with 30% match funding from the applicant.

The DTFF programme is a competitive process where proposals are compared to each other to determine those that offer the biggest potential for business growth and digital transformation.

For more information on the scheme go to dtff.co.uk.