Business Planning & Access To Finance Workshop

Business Planning & Access To Finance Workshop

The Business Planning & Access To Finance Workshop is designed to demystify the processes of Business Planning and Raising Finance for your Business.

This half-day workshop is targeted at individuals who have a business and require help restructuring or developing a business plan, or are interested in gaining valuable information about accessing finance for your business.

The first part of the workshop is dedicated to the critical elements and structure of the Business Plan, and the second part will cover how to raise finance for your business. Various types of financing will be discussed, and information will also be given on types of loan finance available from lenders such as MFI and the SBCI, as well as the mainstream banks and credit unions.

There are a maximum of 8 places available on each workshop, and places are available at a cost of €10 per person. If you would like place your name on the waiting list to be notified of the next Access to Finance workshop please return the following Application Form and return it to snolan@kildarecoco.ie

The second half of the workshop will cover how to raise finance for your business. Many types of financing will be discussed, such as invoice discounting, leasing, crowd funding etc. Information will also be given on the types of loan finance available from lenders such as MFI and the SBCI, as well as the mainstream banks and credit unions. Participants will also be informed of how loans are assessed, and will be provided with tangible examples of common reasons why loans are refu

The first half of the workshop is dedicated to the Business Plan. The critical elements of the Business Plan will be explained to participants in detail and the structure of the document will also be discussed.

The second half of the workshop will cover how to raise finance for your business. Many types of financing will be discussed, such as invoice discounting, leasing, crowd funding etc. Information will also be given on the types of loan finance available from lenders such as MFI and the SBCI, as well as the mainstream banks and credit unions. Participants will also be informed of how loans are assessed, and will be provided with tangible examples of common reasons why loans are refused.

There are a maximum number of 8 places available on each workshop, and places are available at a cost of €10 per person.

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