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Call 3 Closing 12 July

Local Ice-cream Producer Introduces Smart Automation with Support from DTFF

Roughans Gelato in Portstewart applied to the Digital Transformation Flexible Fund, to introduce smart automation into their business.
This investment in advanced technology has allowed the business to remotely access and monitor their production.
Could your business be next to benefit from this investment opportunity?

[��] ASK the questions at our pre-application briefings

[��] GRASP the technologies at supporting webinars

[��] APPLY for the £20K grant when it opens 17 June

Visit the DTFF Website to find out more

Not eligible for DTFF?  We can help you via our Go Succeed support service - apply online today


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


The Digital Transformation Flexible Fund (DTFF) 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 (ex VAT) and are designed to help small and micro businesses accelerate their digital transformation ambitions, as already identified in a digital transformation plan or equivalent.

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

The Fund will open and close in "Calls" throughout the lifetime of the programme (up to March 2026) 

View recordings from out  "Supporting Digital Transformation Webinar Series" that took place May and June 2024

Further information

Find out more at DTFF Website

The Digital Transformation Flexible Fund (DTFF)  is delivered by all local authorities in Northern Ireland under the Full Fibre Northern Ireland Consortium (FFNI) and supported by Invest NI. The project is part funded by the NI Executive, UK Government, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) and all local authorities in Northern Ireland.