Altitude Partners supports Finance in Dorset 2017 Event
Finance in Dorset is a new business support focused event being held in Bournemouth on Thursday 2nd March.
It is organised by PKF Francis Clark and is dedicated to sources of funding and support streams for both start up and established SMEs. The event features presentations from sources of grant, debt and equity funding, as well as business support agencies operating in the region. Presentations will be made by various bodies including: Natwest, Dorset Growth Hub, and Aldermore.
The event is aimed at understanding the scope of funding opportunity in the region and provide the time for attendees to speak to presenters ‘one to one’, to follow up issues raised or to make an introduction for a follow up meeting.
Altitude Partners, an established presence in the region will be represented by Jonathan Simm who will focus upon the firm’s approach to innovative and ambitious SME management teams in the region.
As Jonathan points out: “Altitude was one of the first investors in the region to focus upon the £1m to £4m equity market gap, and with a region full of business leaders with ambitions to see their organisations grow this was a problem.
“It is therefore fantastic to be involved in an event that draws upon all of the region’s expertise with a view to providing good businesses with an opportunity, through the right support, to become great.”
Details about attending the event are provided below:
Places are limited so please book early to reserve your place (NB – There is no charge for attendance).
Thursday 2 March 2017
You can book online at www.pkf-francisclark.co.uk/events
Alternatively, please contact:
Devon Hawes - Events Co-ordinator
T 01803 320100
RSVP Thursday 23 February 2017
08.00am Registration, including tea/coffee and breakfast rolls
08.30am Presentations begin
10.00am Mid-morning break
10.25am Presentations continue in two groups - one session for start-ups who have been trading for less than two years and one for those who have been trading for over two years
1.00pm Close of seminar