The Department for Enterprise's mission is to create an environment for businesses in the Isle of Man, through innovation and collaboration, where the economy thrives.
To support this mission, the Department for Enterprise offers a range of business support schemes comprising funding, training and advisory services for businesses as they start, grow and invest in their enterprise in the Isle of Man.
For more information on the support available, click the icons below.
Through the Department for Enterprise's business support schemes, many local businesses have been able to utilise the funding, training and advisory services on offer to help them on their business journey.
Click below to meet some of the businesses who have gained support and find out more about the advice they would give to those businesses considering applying for a business support scheme.
The Department for Enterprise's Executive Agencies, made up of private/public sector partnerships, have been established to promote and develop their sectors to deliver long term, sustainable growth for the Isle of Man.
Their dedicated teams are on hand to signpost and support businesses within their sectors, from those considering starting a business, already established in the Island or considering relocating.
Click below to find out more about each agency:
Under section 6 of the Enterprise Act 2008 (“the Act”) the Department for Enterprise (DfE) is required to lay an annual report before Tynwald as to the provision of assistance under the Act including a list of the names of those businesses which have received financial assistance from the Department during the previous financial year ended on the 31st March.