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Foresight: The Future of Finance

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 15:16 PM

Explore the burgeoning sources of finance for ambitiously scaling UK businesses

In March 2018, The Supper Club held its inaugural Foresight summit on the Future of Finance—bringing together an exceptional panel of funding experts to describe the evolving landscape for growth capital for ambitiously scaling UK businesses. From new sources of private investment to the rise of corporate venture capital, experts from BGF, finnCap, OakNorth and GrowthEnabler explain the trends and innovations driving change.

Watch the full highlights from the event here. If you’re interested in any of our future Foresight or Speaker Boutique events, click here to see what we’ve got coming up.

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