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Finding the Finance;practical workshop for independent & creative sector
Thursday, October 25, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (BST)
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Finding the Finance; a practical workshop for the independent and creative sector business or ‘how to side-step the banana-skin’
a FREE networking workshop for the small and micro-business, social entrepreneurs, or cultural sector agencies
Thursday 25th October 18.00-20.00 Unit 11, Minerva Works @Warwick Bar, Fazeley Street, Birmingham B5 5RS.
How do you locate and successfully retrieve external funding to accelerate your growth, extend premises, invest in new capital or reach new markets?
There is an awful lot of funding available around but small businesses rarely have the time or resources to identify them.
This tips-and-hints workshop will open up some of the many and varied sources of funding including grants, loans, equity and social media, help you identify which might be right for your business requirements and short-cut your route to success.
The workshop will be led by Daniel Carins, an economic development professional with hands-on experience of supporting businesses - from large manufacturing
firms to start ups in the creative sector – to finance their growth, increase capacity and diversify. We will also hear a casestudy and journey through the ERDF funding landscape from K4 Architects’ senior partner Bob Ghosh.
The workshop will enable you to network with other like-minded businesses to learn and share experiences.
This is a FREE event but places are limited.
We will also be serving light refreshments after the workshop in conjunction with Harris Moore Canvases who are celebrating 10 years of successful trading.
Daniel Carins is an economic development professional. He has worked with a wide range of businesses and sectors - from large manufacturing firms to start ups in the creative sector. He has assisted in the delivery of start-up and relocation grants on behalf of Walsall Council, and developed a number of bids for the recent round of Regional Growth Fund.