Improving investment readiness in new and young high growth business
At Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship@Strathclyde Seminar Series Semester 2.
29 Apr 2005.
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Within the UK, evidence indicates that new and young businesses with high growth potential find raising appropriate levels of capital problematic as they lack concise and coherent business propositions with which to attract potential investors. This suggests that there is an information and expectation gap between entrepreneurs seeking finance and those looking for investment opportunities. This paper undertakes a qualitative evaluation of the process and outcomes from an Investment Readiness programme, focused on firms in the West Midlands, designed to address this gap
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