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How do Fintech entrepreneurs get help?

 

One interesting option is through the SETsquared Entrepreneur Programme for Tech Start-ups which has its next 2-day programme in Guildford - 1st and 2nd February 2018.

SETsquared is the world's largest university based business incubator and has supported over 1,000 hi-tech start-ups to develop and raise more than £1.25bn of investment

This programme, designed by SETsquared, is fully-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, and is no cost to the Entrepreneur. The 2-day workshop helps the Entrepreneur to develop an Executive Summary, a Pitch Deck, a Business Model and a basic Financial Plan. In addition, they will get the chance to:

  • Hear from other entrepreneurs who have gone on to raise significant investment
  • Hone their pitch in front of a panel of investors and expert mentors
  • Receive valuable feedback to shape their proposition from the speed mentoring session

 http://info.setsquared.co.uk/entrepreneurship-programme provides more information. 

It’s really interesting to see how these initiatives together with educational fintech programmes, such as the one run by Oxford University and being mirrored at Cambridge University are really taking off. 

 

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