Funding your early stage business – UCLan Investment Readiness

***Unfortunately, the organiser UCLan Investment Readiness has decided to cancel this event due to the coronavirus.***

Ying De is pleased to announce that we have been invited by UCLan Investment Readiness to speak at this great event.  Early stage businesses will have the opportunity to find out how their needs for raising fund and finding like-minded cofounders can be supported by the UK government-backed Innovator visa scheme.

To register or find out more about this event, see the below invitation from Investment Readiness.

 

When

Thu, 26 March 2020 / 17:00 – 19:00 GMT

Where

UCLan Preston, Engineering Innovation Centre

PR1 2XS

 

An event for Lancashire SMEs
Idea? Early Stage? – Need Funding? £50k- £££
The next INVESTMENT READINESS NETWORKING event is for you:

Following on from the success of our last ‘meet the funders’ networking event a lot of early stage businesses have expressed interest in the funding available through the recently revised UK Government Innovator Visa Scheme. Several companies we are working with are well advanced in raising investment through this avenue, and you could be too! It’s not all about the money, you can also access talent, and business contacts.

Come along and join us. This will be another excellent opportunity to network with your peer group of aspiring entrepreneurs, key professionals, and business influencers and to hear from two active participants in the Innovator Visa Scheme:

  • Bo Pan from The Ying De Group in Manchester

  • Suzanne Urquhart, will outline her experience of fundraising through the previous scheme

Light refreshments will be provided.

Places are limited so please reserve your place as soon as possible. The overall room capacity is limited to 60 people, so we expect to ‘sell out’ quickly.

To register, visit Eventbrite.

Further information
P: 01772 895656
W: https://investmentreadiness.org
E: investmentreadiness@uclan.ac.uk

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