Discover your funding opportunities at the Business Funding Show 2019

Are you attending the only funding exhibition in the UK and EU?

The Business Funding Show 2019 is a 70,000 strong network of entrepreneurs and funders supporting businesses across all industries and stages to get the necessary advice to improve and expand.

For the third year running Granted Consultancy are delighted to be sponsoring this unique funding exhibition which brings together a top-quality audience of key decision makers and leading industry experts representing funding and growth support organisations.

As sponsors, the Granted directors will be revealing opportunities in the R&D grant funding landscape and how to avoid the pitfalls of grant funding, so if you are attending BFS19 and want to know more about how you can access grant funding don’t miss our 1PM-2PM speaking slot.


9:30AM -10AM Registration

10 AM -11 AM Mind the gap – equity trends for 2019 by Envestors- Discover from industry Thought Leaders what funders are after.

11 AM-12 PM Access to Alternative Finance by Spotcap -There are multiple funding options, but which one is the best fit for you – find out from experts.

12 PM -1 PM How to get ahead of the Competition and Be Investment Ready by ACLF- Last thing you’d want after agreeing the investment, is the deal falling apart because of the missing paperwork, learn how to get yourself ready and protected for whatever unforeseen circumstances.

1 PM – 2 PM Top UK & EU Grants: How to Secure Them by Granted Consultancy– Grants are there and they are accessible. Only 2018 alone introduced over 20 new schemes. How you secure one – that’s a question to be addressed by this panel.

2 PM – 3 PM Make the Most of Your Business’ IP by M&C- There are intangible assets which funders are considering deciding whether to provide you funds, and IP is amongst the main ones. Learn how to protect your business and increase its IP value.

3 PM – 4 PM Pitching Challenge by ThinkRoom- Learn from the pitching expert how to make an outstanding pitch, and then present your idea or observe others doing so, whilst listening to the feedback from leading startup VCs.

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