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2022 Funding trends and finance pots for microbusinesses
December 7, 2021 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Start the new year with a resolution to be smarter on how to secure funds. With 2020 an emergency for business, and 2021 spent adapting, here we lay the financial foundations for 2022 to be a strong one for business.
Who should attend?
Owners and managers of microbusinesses and small businesses looking to fund their plans for business in the ‘new normal’.
What will we cover?
A new start allows us to take stock of the funding available to micro-businesses and how best to secure the finance suitable for your business.
During this 90-minute breakfast webinar, we’ll cover local, national and sector funding pots that can support micro and smaller businesses.
You will leave with a practical and outcome orientated guide to the various forms of finance and grants available to support your firm.
Led by a qualified professional from FCA regulated Edale, this webinar has scoured the current funding landscape for grants, loans and finance to open the door on funding pots for 2022.
About the speaker
Lawrie Chandler owns and leads Edale. He has worked in blue-chip organisations and built his own business from a Companies House registration to now a directly regulated financial firm. Seeing peers wondering how to develop their businesses, he set up an SME advisory service and within a year, Edale supported six ERDF funded programmes sitting alongside a financial adviser business and now a creative design team too.
Lawrie’s roles for various firms since graduation in 1999 have involved sales, distribution, product design and manufacturing. Lawrie holds a 2:1 Business Law Degree from the London Guildhall University and Copenhagen Business School.
This webinar is delivered by the Business Gateway Growth Hub and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Places are limited and priority will be given to trading SMEs based in Leicester and Leicestershire.