IntertradeIreland To Host SME Workshops

IntertradeIreland are to host a number of free workshops to help prepare established small and medium enterprise's (SMEs) looking for funding opportunities.

The workshops will help established businesses find new or alternative sources of funding to develop their business.
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In addition to providing independent and objective advice and networking opportunities with funding providers, participants will learn about a variety of funding options including Asset Financing, Asset Based Lending (ABL), Peer to Peer Lending (P2P) Equity Funding, Crowd Funding and Government backed loan funds.

Workshop details

Workshops include:

• 15 May 2018 - Derry~Londonderry

• 18 September 2018 - Belfast

Registration for both workshops is available here.

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