News: Panel Event at Hawth

Posted on 6th January 2016

Recent reports in the media show that almost £400m worth of credit applications for SMEs in the South East were rejected during the first half of 2015, so the relevance of alternative sources of finance has never been greater. These innovative types of funding options will be discussed by industry experts at our brand new panel event which is taking place on 4th February at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley.

Click here to book your place!  The highly impressive panel of alternative funders and industry experts includes Marcus Stuttard, Head of AIM and UK primary markets at the London Stock Exchange and funding expert Andy Davis – Author of “Beyond the banks” & former Financial Times journalist and Editor of FT Weekend.  Do get in touch with Lucy on 01903 234094 if you need any more details.

Best wishes Tony Summers Partner

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