Introduction to Equity Investment for SMEs

Introduction to Equity Investment for SMEs

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The University of Central Lancashire has launched a free investor led Investment Readiness Programme, offering unique insights into what is needed to secure equity investment for your business.  Led by experienced investors, the programme helps SMEs raise venture capital and business angel investment by ensuring they are properly prepared and understand the process. The programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Whether you’re looking for first round investment or larger funding sources this programme will outline what equity investment opportunities are available and what different investors are looking for.

Join us at an introductory workshop to find out what venture capital is, whether venture capital or business angel finance is right for you and ensure when you do apply, you are well equipped to clearly present your proposition.

Book your free place through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-equity-investment-for-smes-preston-8th-january-2019-tickets-52710715168

If you are unable to attend on these dates or would like to speak to our investment director or manager about the programme please call Robert Sheffrin or Chris Wynne on 01772 895656 or email investmentreadiness@uclan.ac.uk

Event Date: Tuesday 8 January 2019, 12pm – 4.30pm

Event Location: UCLan Preston, Adelphi Building, Adelphi Street, Preston, PR1 7AY

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