SFIE

AcronymDefinition
SFIESelective Finance for Investment in England (now Grant for Business Investment; UK)
SFIESyndicat des Fonctionnaires Internationaux et Européens (French: Union of International and European Officials)
SFIEShanghai Federation of Industrial Economics (China)
SFIESan Francisco Institute of English (San Francisco, CA)
SFIEStrategic Framework for the Information Economy
SFIESpecific Fluoride Ion Electrode
SFIESet of Fredholm Integral Equations
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AWM grants case officer Steve Hines said: "One of AWM's key priorities is to make sure companies such as Transtherm have access to appropriate finance for growth and SFIE funding can often be the last piece in the financial jigsaw to trigger capital expenditure that leads to long-term improvements in productivity, skills and employment.
A pounds 42,000 grant through the Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE) scheme enabled Living Design to move to a larger site which incorporates a dedicated workshop, demonstration area, reception and conference room all on one level.
Phil set up the business in the heart of the European motor sport development zone, with the backing of a pounds 40,000 Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE) grant from Advantage West Midlands (AWM).
At present, all of Merseyside and much of North Cheshire qualifies for Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE), which pays out pounds 200m annually nationwide.
However, the TAO-AFI and the SFIE are still allowed to participate in the consultation process.
Russell Venvil and Simon Pearson, direcgtors of Sirus Automotive based in Wednesbury, which received a pounds 249,000 grant through the Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE) scheme from Advantage West Midlands.
The Chamber helped the firm apply for an pounds 81,000 SFIE grant secured from Advantage West Midlands as well as attracting capital investment.
There was a more muted reaction in Wirral, where a spokesman noted 14 wards in the east of the borough would continue to qualify for Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE).
TAO-AFI retains its two seats as does the SFIE. According to unofficial forecasts, the Union Syndicale now controls 21 of the 41 seats on the Central Staff Committee and therefore enjoys an absolute majority.That one union should emerge as a majority player is not necessarily bad news for Neil Kinnock the Commission Vice-President responsible for Administrative Reform.
After securing a pounds 140,000 Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE) grant from Advantage West Midlands the company also rolled out expansion plans purchasing state-of-the-art machinery and created 15 jobs.
The investment has been made possible through a pounds 81,000 Selective Finance for Investment in England (SFIE) grant from regional development agency Advantage West Midlands.