In Networking, Raising finance, Rapidly scaling

Ready. Fund. Grow. – Liverpool

EVENT DETAILS

  • Thursday, 20 September 2018
    18:00 - 20:30 (GMT)
  • Avenue HQ, Liverpool
    L3 1BP - View map
  • 02:30 hours
  • This event is free of charge
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The Road to Series A

Are you looking to raise external finance to grow your business?

The UK funding landscape is ever-changing and almost weekly a new alternative source of funding becomes available to small businesses. If you have identified that you need to look externally to raise finance to grow your business, how will you navigate the funding landscape and identify which source of finance is the right one for your business? And crucially, how do you avoid wasting your time chasing the wrong funders?

Ready. Fund. Grow.’, brought to you by G, is designed specifically with your business and your fundraise in mind. Our Growth Finance team are experts in raising funds for small businesses like yours and, in the past year alone, we have supported with the funding strategy of over 100 debt and equity transactions of up to £10m.

Meet the team and some of their contacts from the funding world at Avenue HQ, Liverpool, on 20 September for an evening of unique insight and the opportunity to receive bespoke support for your business.

The evening will cover:

  • Insights into today’s funding market in the UK
  • Learn how to create impact with investors and find out how to maximise your chances of success in securing finance: hear from our guest speakers on what they look for in an investment opportunity.

This will be followed by an evening of networking with other like-minded business leaders, plus the opportunity to book onto one-to-one funding clinics with our Growth Finance team, who will provide you with invaluable support, tailored to your business.

Register for this event today to get ready for your next stage of business growth

  • Speakers
  • Speakers

    Tom Smith, Partnerships Manager, Crowdcube

    Tom manages Crowdcube's network of partners across the UK and spends time developing programmes that help companies have success in raising investment, through the mechanism of crowdfunding.

    Jon Wyles, Chartered Surveyor, Exponential Advisers

    Jon is a Chartered Surveyor with over 20 years commercial property experience. In 2004, Jon founded Smart Storage Ltd. He has spent eight years as CEO creating and developing Smart Storage into one of the premier independent self storage companies in North West England. In 2013, Jon relocated to Vancouver, Canada and founded Harrington Wyles Consulting Ltd. Since then he has founded Stop and Store Ltd Canada and USA and since returning to the UK in 2018, he has now set up Exponential Advisers, a business consultancy advising accelerated growth businesses. He continues to run Stop and Store and is acquiring for UK locations.

    Kimberly Martin, Prinicipal, Boost and Co.

    Kimberly joined BOOST&Co in March 2018 as a Principal in the Investment Team and is responsible for meeting great businesses and developing debt financing solutions to help them achieve their growth ambitions. Kim has over ten years experience in UK SME venture capital and private equity, with investment roles at Aberdeen Asset Management, Maven Capital Partners and most recently, Puma Investment Management.

    Ben Kaye, Business Development Manager, Spotcap UK

    Ben is Spotcap UK’s business development manager, nurturing partnerships with accountants, growth hubs and financial advisers. His expertise in sourcing finance has benefited small businesses based all across the UK.

    Ben Carter, Investment Manager, Deepbridge Capital

    Ben is Investment Manager within the Life Sciences team at Deepbridge. Prior to this role, Ben had been the managing director of Touchpoint Service and commercial director of Telmenow, the healthcare equipment focussed e-commerce platform. Ben has also been chief commercial officer at NOw Healthcare Group, a leading telemedicine provider with its Dr Now app. With a BA (Hons) in Management from the University of Manchester, Ben was also previously commercial director at Possum, market leaders in the provision, installation and support of many types of electronic assistive technology.