Leeds Beckett University and specialists Lupton Fawcett Denison Till have collaborated to present to £5,000 of backing to little organizations.
The associations will offer five one-year Business Advantage Awards to little firms, new companies and business people.
Understudies, graduates and customers of Leeds Beckett University Enterprise and Innovation Centers are qualified to seek the plan.
Occupants at Leeds Digital Hub, run in association by The Yorkshire Post and the college, can likewise apply.
The recompenses will present to 50 hours of coaching and lawful help, which will normally incorporate coordinated backing from an accomplice level specialist, useful guidance on themes, for example, protected innovation and trademarking, help on securing venture, counsel on business property and renting.
Russell Davidson, chief at Lupton Fawcett Denison Till, said: “I have set up and maintain a business, so I know how intense it can be in the early stages.
“Through our grant plan we might want to backing the up and coming era of high flying ambitious people.”
Candidates will submit a marketable strategy to the University’s Enterprise and Innovation Academy by January 21, preceding showing to a board on January 29.