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An introductory insight into what you need to know so as to raise finance to start and develop a business

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This comprehensive workshop, led by a specialist in the field, will explain the various types of business funds available, including debt, equity, crowdfunding and grants.

It will explain how to get your academic spin-out business ready for access to finance, and the documentation you’ll need to prepare to have best chance of securing finance.

The workshop will delve into tips and tricks which will maximise your possibility of being able to successfully access debt or equity finance.

The event is aimed at early stage spin-out business owner/managers, academic entrepreneurs and Technology Transfer Officers, looking for an understanding of the broader finance market and funding to take the business to the next level.

Attendees will gain a broader knowledge and understanding of the types of finance available to early stage businesses, together with tips and tricks for maximising the possibility of being able to successfully access debt or equity. Equally helpful - will be an understanding of which you should not approach at different stages of the business development.

The session will take place online via Zoom. A link for the call will be circulated prior to the event to registered attendees.

The workshop is facilitated by Janette Pallas a regional access to finance specialist.

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Organiser Midlands Innovation Commercialisation of Research Accelerator (MICRA)

Organiser of Raising Finance to Start and Develop a Business

MICRA is creating a spinout and start-up ecosystem that will accelerate the universities’ innovations to market by creating a joint pipeline of scalable investment opportunities and creating jobs growth across the Midlands.

Partner organisations include, universities of:

  • Aston
  • Birmingham
  • Cranfield
  • Leicester
  • Loughborough
  • Keele
  • Nottingham
  • Warwick

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