Thrive – How to Fund your Tech Start-up

23rd November 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Hear from a range of experts about how to get funding for your tech startup, from securing investment and grants to crowdfunding.

About this Event
In this Thrive festival first, expert investors, successful startups and tech thought leaders will come together to discuss how you can fund your tech startup. Discussing which routes you can take, what are the risks and what are the rewards.

With a Q&A at the end of the session you have an opportunity to hear how they achieved success and ask for expert advice.

Featuring:

Mehjabeen Patrick – Creative Financial Officer in Creative England

Ben Wilkins – Founder and CEO of Good Boost

Elizabeth Corse – South East Entrepreneur Engagement Manager, Tech Nation

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23rd November 2020
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