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CEO of Nextfin To Host Webinar on Raising Finance for Your Business

Posted 2 years ago

CEO of Nextfin To Host Webinar on Raising Finance for Your Business
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As part of its ongoing support for entrepreneurs, Nextfin will be hosting a free webinar for individuals who are looking to start their own business. 

Sacha Bright, CEO of Nextfin the UK's only regulated equity crowdfunding aggregator and rating service provider, is chairing this free webinar offering his wealth of experience with startups, investing and entrepreneurship to help you start and fund your business idea.

In this webinar he will cover:

  • Writing a Business Plan
  • Creating a 10-page pitch deck
  • Writing a cash-flow
  • Identifying where funds will come from – Angel Investor, P2P, Equity crowdfunding
  • How to pitch your plan

This webinar will take place via Zoom, please register your interest and your login will be sent thereafter.

What other support is available?

As part of its commitment to helping entrepreneurs get the funding they deserve, Nextfin has also created a range of dedicated guides that focus on securing funding as well as how to continue trading during the pandemic. 

You can view these guides here

Author: Sacha Bright & Oliver Murphy

Disclaimer

To the best of our knowledge, the information we have provided is correct at the time of publishing. Sacha Bright is not a solicitor or accountant and we recommend that you seek professional advice on any topic discussed. Nextfin is not liable for any damages arising from the use of or inability to use this site or any material contained in it, or from any action taken as a result of using the site. 



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