Listen again: How to choose the right type of funding for your business (Tide Masterclass)

To grow your business, you might need funding. But not all funding will be right for you.

In this Masterclass, you’ll learn how to find the right funding for your business – and how to get funders to say ‘yes’.

This event took place on 15 September 2020. If you couldn’t join us on the day or you’d like to listen again, the recording is available below.

Masterclass: How to choose the right type of funding for your business

For this Masterclass, our Events Manager Cuan Hawker is joined by Tide’s Founder, George Bevis.

George is also the Founder and CEO of CanDo, a social ventures incubator. During lockdown, George and CanDo launched Pop to the Shop, a service to connect local volunteer shoppers to people in self-isolation who need help.

In this Masterclass, you’ll learn:

  • the pros and cons of different types of funding
    • equity
    • crowdfunding
    • loans
    • overdraft
    • invoice finance
    • asset finance
  • writing your first message
    How to make sure your first approach is successful.
  • creating your pitch
    What to say or write to get a ‘yes’.
  • understanding the numbers
    What you need to know about your business’s finances.

This Masterclass is available for everyone. It’s most suitable for people who have just started or are thinking about starting or growing their own business in the UK.

About Tide Masterclasses

Tide exists to help small businesses. We make your financial admin easier so you can spend more time doing what you love. Our Masterclasses are just one of the ways we support you and your small business.

In the sessions – currently happening online – we gather experts, often Tide members, to share insights and practical advice you can put into action straight away.

To find out about upcoming Masterclasses, take a look at our list of events.

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