Learn more about the funding journey and sources of funding from equity investors
Business Growth webinar hosted with Dublin BIC
Learn about equity financing and the different equity funding options available to SMEs in Ireland.
Is your business growing faster than your intake of cash or capital? Do you need support getting investor-ready and pitching in front of a panel?
During our free webinar with Dublin BIC, we go through the Irish Startup landscape and the different funding opportunities for companies in Ireland. This webinar is the ideal opportunity to learn more about the funding journey and sources of funding for growing SME businesses.
What will be covered?
1) Overview of the Irish funding landscape for Startups
2) What do investors want?
The funding options available to Startups and Scale-ups depending on their stage in the lifecycle including venture capital, angels and government funding.
3) How to access funding
The steps required to successfully raise external funding.
Meet your hosts
Currently, he delivers investor-ready business planning and consulting to start-up and scaling companies. He also manages a number of Halo Business Angel Network syndicates and chairs the HBAN Dublin Investor Forum. Julian has a 1st class MSc in E-Commerce and a degree in Business and Marketing from DCU. He also holds postgraduate diplomas in Corporate Finance, and in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.``
Rose holds a BA in English and Psychology (UCC), Masters in Management (UCD Smurfit School) and a Certificate in Company Direction (Institute of Directors).
Why join our #BusinessGrowth webinars?
Have you been in business for more than 6 months? This series is produced to give business owners support on the next phases of business growth.
We’re delighted to be joined by industry experts who can share their expertise and knowledge in a certain area of business management.
If you would like us to cover any topic in particular, let us know.
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