How To Get Impact Investment Ready

29th September 2021 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
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Find out how to identify the right investor for you & make sure you have taken all the steps to get impact investment ready.

About this event

“Helping purposeful businesses get ready for investment.”

The impact investment scene is buzzing, with a growing number of investors looking for social and environmental as well as financial returns on their investment. From angel investors and specialist venture capital funds to global banks with dedicated social investment teams, there are more opportunities than ever before to secure funds to help you scale your business – and your impact.This webinar will help you understand these opportunities, how to identify the right investor for you and make sure you have taken all the steps to get impact investment ready.

‘Pitch for the Future’ : we will also be announcing details of this exciting competition, inviting Oxfordshire impact start-ups to pitch for potential funding and a cash prize at the public vote final during the Power of Purpose (POP21) event this November.

Who is it for?

Leaders of mission-driven businesses who want to learn more about the growing impact investment scene and who may be seeking investment now or in the future.

What will I learn?

What is Impact Investment?

What are green investors looking for?

Is the business SEIS and EIS assured?

Is the business and business owner ready for investment?

How to evidence your impact?

The ingredients of a winning investment deck

 

Facilitator

Lucy Wendon – Community Manager of Perch @ The Eco Business Centre

One of six eScalate hubs, Town Square is a certified B Corporation, committed to helping people to start and run their own businesses.

In September 2019 they launched a co-working community at the Eco Business Centre, based in the eco village of Elmsbrook, near Bicester.

Speakers

Nasser Carrembacchus is a business strategist and founder of Business Pulse, helping small and medium sized business owners to transform their business strategy.

He is a co-founder and member of The Green Angel Syndicate, a group of angel investors committed to the fight against climate change.

Nasser is also a business ambassador for the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity.

For more information about the eScalate programme , visit www.oxfordshirelep.com/escalate

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