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Startup Funding Club

Startup Funding Club comes back with Investor Events after the Summer Break!

26 September 2016 10:30


Startup Funding Club (SFC), an award-winning seed investment fund and network of business angels has commenced a new series of pitching & networking events with a record-breaking participation. SFC provides capital to promising British businesses, with a particular emphasis on SEIS funding.

The first after-summer Investor event, called the Crocodile Lair, was held on 19th September at Home House in Mayfair and was the busiest gathering to date. SFC events are an opportunity for upcoming startups to showcase their business models and potential to a crowd of investors. This is one of the key ways in which SFC brings together business angels and entrepreneurs.

Following an introduction by SFC’s CEO Stephen Page and the sponsors of the evening, six high growth startups were introduced by their respective CEOs. Most of them enjoyed a lot of attention and interest, which can quickly turn into fresh cash investment.

SFC’s events provide not only great business opportunities, but are also popular as social and networking gatherings for investors.
The presentations were followed by a drinks and canapé reception that enabled startups and prospective investors to get to know each other and get into more detail about the businesses.

Startup Funding Club acts as a facilitator for young businesses to receive funding from the company’s extensive network of angel investors, seed investment funds and other associated sources.

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Funding platform for high-growth British startups seeking seed capital; Seed Investment Funds, active Angel Investor Club, One-stop shop for startup services.

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