How to Attract the Right Investors
Thursday, 22nd September 2016 from 2pm-6pm
At the British Library’s Business & IP Centre
If you’ve decided to launch or grow your business and need investment, but don't know where to start, this month's workshop is for you.
We'll help you come to a quick decision about the right options for your business and explore how to secure investment through: Crowdfunding, Angel Investors or Venture Capital.
This engaging workshop, run in partnership with the British Library Business & IP Centre, packs a massive amount of valuable content into less than half a day to equip you with a simple-to-follow, step-by-step approach to securing investment.
The event also includes an interactive session with Angel Investor Colin Coghlan, who will share some insider information on the way he makes investments. You’ll also be given access to proven pitching templates and strategies. Read more and book your place now
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Find out how the British Library's Business & IP Centres provide support to investors, entrepreneurs and business owners. Access databases and publications for free, as well as practical workshops, one-to-one sessions and inspiring talks. London-based businesses can also get £10,000 worth of free support through the Innovating for Growth programme. There are eight National Network BIPC centres around the country.