If you’ve been brought up to believe that personal debt is a last resort, be careful that the same attitude doesn’t creep into your business finance planning
With 2021 being a record year for European VC investment, it’s become standard practice for start-up founders to raise external finance early on in their journey.
As a practice we have witnessed many ups and down in establishing and scaling businesses and the pandemic has certainly shaken up the market place these last two years.
Preparing your business for sale or investment can seem like a monumental task, but it need not be if you plan in advance
The insurance provider for the mobility services sector will fuel its expansion across Europe thanks to the new investment led by Target Global
When looking for funding for your business the investment market can look complicated and unclear.
The UK tech sector enjoyed a bumper year for investment in 2021, with firms securing record levels of capital in the first half of the year alone.
When the UK first went into lockdown over six months ago, its businesses were propelled into a state of mass uncertainty. This rang particularly true for small businesses still in growth phase, with less cash reserves and market traction to fall back on.
The British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans programme provided more than 4,500 loans to small businesses across in the East of England
Shoreditch startup Depop has received the financial fuel to strut along the corporate catwalk as it looks to conquer the States, where it has five million users