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KTN A2FF Team to Speak at EISA 'Ready Steady Grow! 2019' Event Series

Posted on 24/07/2019

Overview

Ian Tracey, Emma Fadlon, Charlotte Thompson and Siwan Smith will be speaking at The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association events Sep-Nov 2019.

Ready Steady Grow! 2019 is a good opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors and business advisers to meet and share knowledge on all the funding options and growth financing for start ups and SMEs. There are several events this September, in various regions of the UK which makes it easy for anyone to attend.

How to register

For more information on the Ready Steady Grow! 2019 event series, and to register, click here.

Next events:

  • 12 Sep, Manchester
  • 19 Sep, London
  • 24 Sep, Liverpool
  • 8 Oct, Edinburgh
  • 16 Oct, Birmingham
  • 17 Oct, Belfast
  • 12 Nov, Leeds
  • 21 Nov, Bristol
  • 26 Nov, Cardiff

About The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association

The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) is the trade body for both the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) in the UK.  EISA supports and promotes policies and initiatives that facilitate the smooth flow of risk equity capital from private individuals to smaller companies thereby benefitting the UK economy.

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the UK economy. That’s why we believe the role of the Enterprise Investment Scheme in facilitating investment from private individuals to small businesses is so important – and why EISA and its members are dedicated to supporting UK Government, businesses and investors in ensuring the Scheme continues to deliver growth to the economy.

Access to Funding and Finance (A2FF) covers KTN’s strategies for assisting innovative companies to apply for and raise finance – whether that is through lending, grants, or equity-based investment.

Find out more about the Access to Funding and Finance team here.

 

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Ian Tracey
Head of Access to Funding and Finance