OxLEPs Start Up Club: Access to finance

10th December 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Richard Holling will be providing an overview of the finance available to startups, including banks and alternative lenders.

About this Event
Richard will be talking us through:

The various finance options available, and the benefits and drawbacks of each
How to optimally prepare our application and the key information lenders demand
Whether to go direct to lenders or work through a broker, together with the questions to ask and how to ensure we are charged correctly
The workshop will be focused on practical advice and jargon free.

Presenter biography:

Richard Holling, Berkshire Dales Ltd, www.dalesfinance.com

Richard is an experienced business executive with 30 years of business and financial services experience. He has a degree in Banking and Finance, and his career started with the TSB, before moving into technology.

In 2018 he changed focus and started to work with start-ups and SMEs. In 2019, after working for 2 start-up Fintech companies serving SMEs, he formed Berkshire Dales, which offers SMEs advice on getting the right business finance, along with other business advisory services.

His experience allows him to get under the covers of a business, which allows him to align that business with the right lender and product.

 

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10th December 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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