Bristol City Council offers consultations

Posted on 19 Jun 2017 and read 412 times
Bristol City Council offers consultations Bristol City Council is now offering non-obligatory consultations with experienced investors at the Engine Shed facility near Bristol Temple Meads.

Businesses will get feedback on their pitch, and advice on where they can find the right type of investment — plus an insight into what partner investors are looking for.

Raising finance, and getting early, safe feedback, is an important part of the Scale Up Ecosystem initiative that the Engine Shed is working on to strengthen. The service will be delivered in partnership with Deepbridge Capital and Accelerated Digital Ventures.

Engine Shed director Nick Sturge said: “We are delighted to launch this new service for businesses in Bristol and Bath. Talking with those who use our facility, the need for balanced, straight guidance about investment is critical to businesses, whether they are at the start-up or scaling-for-growth stage.

“There is a wide range of investment opportunities in the market place and often businesses aren’t sure what they need, when and who to choose. We know that this service will prove to be popular.”

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