Posted: Thu 30th Nov 2017
Every month this year we're profiling the many sources of finance for your business. Part one is here, part two is here, part three is here, part four is here, part five is here, part six is here and part seven is here, part eight is here and part nine is below.
UK Export Finance
For businesses looking to go global and enter international markets, a form of finance called UK Export Finance becomes relevant.
The financing terms on offer from the government to ‘can help exporters make their offering more competitive’ and can help with working capital to secure and deliver on international contracts.
The first step is to contact an Export Finance Manager for a free consultation and to establish if your business is eligible.
Through enterprise centres and societies at universities, funding may be on offer.
Visit the NACUE website for links to over 250 enterprise societies and research the centre or society in your area to explore funding streams.
Details of funding and business partnerships will also appear on most major university and college websites in the business and enterprise section.
UnLtd is a charity offering financial awards and ongoing practical and networking support to social entrepreneurs. It is the largest organisation of its kind in the UK.
UnLtd offers funding for entrepreneurs at different stages of the funding cycle; from idea through to capital growth. Investing comes in the form of Do It and Grow It Awards.
The charity states: "UnLtd operates a unique model by investing directly in individuals and offering a complete package of resources; from awards of funding to ongoing advice, networking and practical support."
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