Angel Finance: Fuelling Local Growth

15th March 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The British Business Bank’s Regions and Nations Tracker shows that external finance for smaller businesses is still not evenly spread across the UK, with 62% of equity investment in London, despite it only having 19% of the UK’s SME population.

Whether you are an investor, founder or advisor, join the UKBAA and British Business Bank to learn why supporting a thriving, high-growth ecosystem in the South East is so important and how you too can get involved.

By joining our event series taking place throughout March, you will find out:

How angel investing works and its importance in an effective start-up community
What funding options are available for early-stage businesses in your local area
Hear from some successful investors in the region who will share their experience of investing in early stage businesses.



15th March 2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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