Regional Selective Assistance

Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) is a discretionary grant which gives Scottish companies another potential source of funding for investment[1]. In total since 2010 over £95 million of RSA were accepted by SMEs in Scotland.[2] 

Since 2010 RSA grants have helped to either maintain or generate more than 20,000 jobs across Scotland. That firms have multiple avenues of funding is a positive feature that performs an important role in generating and supporting Scottish jobs.[3]

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WEST Brewery in Glasgow [4]; Natural Power Consultants Limited [5]; Glencairn Crystal [6] Firefish Software [7].