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Raising Finance in Uncertain Time
Raising capital is more challenging that ever. With only 2% of early-stage businesses being successful in raising investment, it’s vital that entrepreneurs understand how to give themselves the best chance of success.

Join us for a 45 minutes presentation and Q&A on how to raise investment, including:

• The current investment market
• Business valuation and benchmarking: how to value unquoted businesses to attract investors
• Why investors don’t read business plans disguised as investment decks
• Business angels v crowdfunding: the pros and cons
• Accessing other sources of investment: corporate venturing, international investors, British Business Bank etc.
• Hot investment areas: where investment funds are flowing currently
• Making the most of tax incentives: S/EIS and R&D Tax Credits
• Key components of the legal documentation
• Case studies: winners and losers
• How we help
• Q&A

This free digital briefing takes place every Tuesday at 11:00 am.
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Speakers

Oliver Woolley
CEO and Co-Founder @Envestors
Oliver is CEO and Co-Founder of Envestors. Oliver sits on the Board of the UK Crowdfunding Association (UKCFA) and sat on the Board of the UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA) from 2006 to 2014. He is also a Member of Court at Imperial College (London). After completing a degree in Finance, Oliver decided not to become an accountant but instead raised equity and bank debt to start Woolleys Healthfoods. The business comprised three retail catering outlets in central London, three organic sausage shops and a factory in the south-east of England, which wholesaled to 200 establishments including Harrods. In 1997 he sold the business to Northern Foods and moved into early-stage investing. Oliver is a keen Chelsea supporter, an enthusiastic cyclist and enjoys cooking for his family (with varying levels of success).