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How to access funding during COVID-19 crisis

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Are you assessing different financial strategies to either grow or maintain your business during the COVID-19 crisis?

Join us on the 21st of April at 12pm AWST for this Plus Eight panel as Nate Sturcke, our Plus Eight Entrepreneur in Residence, hosts:

If you're a start-up, scale-up or any business looking to navigate through the COVID-19 crisis then don't miss this one.

What will you learn:

  • How are different businesses being impacted and dealing with funding and cashflow across multiple sectors?
  • Cash Flow Management: How to deal with your revenue and costs?
  • What are the available funding options and when should you look for each of them?
  • What funders want to see during this period?

    This online webinar will run from 12pm - 1pm and after that the panelists Equitise and Partners for Growth are kindly offering 1:1 sessions to discuss your specific challenges.

    When choosing your ticket type, please get 1 ticket for the webinar and a separate ticket for the individual session.

    This event is made possible by:

    and the panelists:

    Purpose Ventures has a long and successful track record of establishing, scaling and exiting a number of businesses. Over that time we have developed repeatable models that can be applied to your organisation to help accelerate your growth, overcome your challenges and support you and your team in achieving your purpose.

    Equity crowdfunding is the process whereby everyday people (i.e. the ‘crowd’) invest in early stage unlisted companies (a company not yet on the stock exchange) in exchange for shares in that company. As a shareholder, investors stand to profit should the company do well.What was once only accessible to very wealthy investors and venture capitalists, is now available to everyday Australians wanting to help fund start-ups with exciting growth potential. Through Equitise, you can own a share of the businesses you believe in.

      Perth Angels is a for-purpose Not For Profit (NFP) formed in 2010, with a clear commercial underpinning, to provide a place for entrepreneurs to present their opportunities to investors. The community is governed by a committee and supported by its members of private investors. Perth Angels is the only group in WA with global and national angel investor network affiliation.

      Partners for Growth (“PFG") is a global specialty lending firm focused on providing innovative debt capital solutions for emerging growth companies.  Founded in 2004 by the former owners and managers of San Francisco investment bank Hambrecht & Quist’s venture lending business, working together the team has partnered with over 200 venture and non-venture backed companies across the technology, life sciences and healthcare sectors globally.  Since 2007 PFG has provided over A$300 million in loan commitments to over 40 high growth Australian companies. In addition to Australia and New Zealand, PFG is active in the U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K., Israel, and Southeast Asia.

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