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Business Bootcamp Session Four: What You Need to Know about Investment & Funding

What is the best way to finance your business, and what are the steps you need to take secure and manage funding? We’ll hear from a range of businesses how they organised crowdfunding, investment and other financial models, as well as the risks associated with taking on these financial responsibilities.

The session will start with a presentation from Seedrs, followed by a discussion including Steve Cownie from Chance & Counters and Rob Hall from Wriggle. The panel discussion will be chaired by Chris Goodfellow from The Pitch.

This session is part of Bristol Food Connections Business Bootcamp – click here for for further information.  The Business Bootcamp is supported by Brunel IBGregg Latchams, Seedrs and iZettle, all of whom will be present throughout the day to offer free advice and consultations.

 

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    Business Bootcamp Session Four: What You Need to Know about Investment & Funding

    Theme: Business Bootcamp, Festival Hub, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: Colston Hall, City Centre
    On: Friday 14th June
    Time: 3:45 pm - 5:45 pm
    Address: 3rd Floor Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    Cost: £10 for individual session, £45 for a day ticket

    What is the best way to finance your business, and what are the steps you need to take secure and manage funding? We’ll hear from a range of businesses how they organised crowdfunding, investment and other financial models, as well as the risks associated with taking on these financial responsibilities.

    The session will start with a presentation from Seedrs, followed by a discussion including Steve Cownie from Chance & Counters and Rob Hall from Wriggle. The panel discussion will be chaired by Chris Goodfellow from The Pitch.

    This session is part of Bristol Food Connections Business Bootcamp – click here for for further information.  The Business Bootcamp is supported by Brunel IBGregg Latchams, Seedrs and iZettle, all of whom will be present throughout the day to offer free advice and consultations.

     

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