More than £500 million has been given out by the Scottish Government in business support since November, figures show.
A north-east council has handed out £56m in business support grants since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced wedding businesses can apply for a share of £25million funding.
The number of corporate insolvencies in Scotland fell below 2019 levels last year as Government Covid-19 support measures provided a “lifeline” for businesses, according to new analysis.
More than £55 million in coronavirus support was paid out to businesses between October and December, the Scottish Government has said.
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Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce’s raison d'être is to support businesses to be better today while helping create the economic conditions for the future success of its region.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK Government has continued to act with speed to protect Scottish companies and safeguard jobs.
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More than £29 million has been given out to businesses in the north-east to assist during the coronavirus pandemic.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have dealt with more than 98% of applications for coronavirus crisis grants.
Almost 1,200 north-east businesses have secured £13.5 million in coronavirus support.