This year’s FinanceCamp at VentureFest North East.
We’re delighted to tell you that we’ve taken a fresh approach to the VentureFest 2018 programme, and have revised the format of FinanceCamp. This year will see businesses attracting investment with a series of fast-paced one-minute pitches to a room full of investors.
Investor pitches will take place in the morning, whilst the afternoon will match businesses seeking loans and grants with providers in a series of short one – to – one meetings. You can find more information on the format here
Could you transform your business in 60 seconds?
If you’re looking for investment, join @SuperNetworkNE at FinanceCamp at VentureFest North East where you can pitch your business ideas to investors in a series of one-minute pitching sessions
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