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Money for Creative Businesses & Startups

Posted on Wednesday, 14 August 2013 04:02PM by

Money for Creative Businesses & Startups with Doug Richard from the School for Creative Startups.

Kent Creative Live WORKSHOP Thursday 22nd August 2013
From 9:30am to 12:30 at the Learning Lab, The Beaney, High St, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2BD

£25 pp

creative.jpgAt some point, every startup needs capital, but it’s well known that banks aren’t lending money and traditional investment methods don’t have the same returns they once had. Join former Dragon’s Den investor, Doug Richard for an informative workshop where he’ll highlight new and innovative services that allow new and small businesses access to funds and provide investors greater potential returns. Learn how to identify if or when you really need additional capital, understand what kind of funding best fits your need and demystify the intricacies of accessing it- whether it be from VC or angel investors, loans or crowd funding. 

***SPECIAL OFFER*** People signing up and attending to this event will receive a discount voucher for Doug Richard’s book: “How To Start A Creative Business: The Jargon-Free Guide For Creative Entrepreneurs” + One lucky attendee will be randomly selected on the day to receive a signed copy of Doug’s book. 

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Doug Richard is a successful entrepreneur with three decades of business experience building, selling and investing in businesses of all shapes and sizes.  He believes that entrepreneurs are made and not born and thrives on helping people make the leap and set up their own business.

Founding School for Startups in 2008, Doug has now helped more than 25,000 people around the globe start, scale and globalise their businesses. This month Doug launched his newest programme, School for Creative Startups Kent in partnership with Kent County Council, which focuses on supporting Kent’s vibrant creative and cultural scenes as well as encourage economic growth in the county.