Your business has made it through all the challenges the pandemic has thrown at your cash flow, and your service model is likely to be a hybrid of the original set-up and an evolution of your COVID pivot. You can see opportunities on the horizon and want to meet them head on.
Now might be the time to invest in new processes, people or equipment that help your business thrive.
If you’ve never fundraised for your business before, but recognise now is the time to try, this 90-minute session will make it achievable and give you a step-by-step plan for funding success.
By the end of this session you will know:
- All about agile funding and how it can apply to your own business
- How to tap into resources and connections to generate more cash flow
- 10 ways to raise £20k for your business
- What soft debt funding is and the opportunities available to you
- How to generate sales and traction with little cash
- How to avoid six surprises that derail even the most promising business.
Attendees will be given a free practical worksheet to use immediately after the event. The tool will include 10 action steps that will guide you in securing the capital that is right for you - in the shortest time possible.
About your speaker
Paul Grant, founder of The Funding Game
Having worked on both sides of the funding game, seeking funds for his own business and then working with investors to fund early-stage companies, Paul knows the challenges that you might be facing as you raise capital for your own start-up or growth company.
Throughout his career Paul has been a passionate advocate for business owners. Supported by a small London-based team, Paul delivers online and in-person coaching, events and courses that break down the steps to getting funded into straightforward, practical actions.
After the webinar:
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