Show Me The Money

Events and content to help you raise and save money for your business | #ShowMeTheMoney

Money doesn't grow on trees as the old adage goes. So how do you find and manage your funds to help your business grow? Welcome to the Enterprise Nation Show me the money! campaign.

We're here to put you in touch with events and content to help with this area of your business.

The Show me the money! campaign is supported by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales.

 

Recent Blog Posts

 
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Chris Goodfellow

Chris Goodfellow

Enterprise Nation
 

Budget 2018: What small business owners need to know

Chancellor Philip Hammond stepped up to the dispatch box for what could be his last Budget. We break down the key measures that will impact the tax small business owners pay and the support available.
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Peter Lawrence

Crisp Street Exchange
 

Dragons' Den review: The pitch matters but it's not as important as the business idea and the entrepreneurs behind it

Peter Lawrence, Enterprise Nation member and founder of Human Capital Department, highlights the business lessons learnt from the latest episode of Dragons' Den.
Business Stages:
Growing a business
Business Sectors:
Food & drink
Campaigns:
Show Me the Money
Blog

Dan Martin

Enterprise Nation
 

Government explores financial incentives for small business exporters in strategy for post-Brexit Britain

Enterprise Nation first called for export vouchers almost two years ago and in today's new export strategy, the government has announced it is assessing "financial incentives" to boost the numbers of small firms trading overseas.
Business Stages:
Growing a business
Campaigns:
Show Me the Money
Types:
Business news
Blog

Dan Martin

Enterprise Nation
 

Government urged to 'seize the day and back entrepreneurs' by opening up incentives for 'the bank of mum and dad' & letting ISAs back small firms

Helping entrepreneurs access finance through stocks and shares ISAs, letting parents back their children's businesses using investment tax breaks and replacing business rates with a commercial land tax are among the recommendations in a new report aimed at promoting business growth.

 
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