What Private Equity Investors Want
Watch this video from Inflexion and find out what PE investors are looking for when they're considering a business.
Should you consider an IPO?
Looking to raise capital and considering listing? Watch this video with finnCap to find out everything you need to know.
Making the most of your financial world
For founders your business is often your world, so why do some banks keep personal and financial profiles apart?
How the right private equity partner can turbo-charge growth
Patience and chemistry are key for building businesses – and for football, according to Inflexion Partner and football lover Tim Smallbone.
Raising $100m for clean energy - the BBOXX story
The past decade has seen exponential growth for BBOXX. We caught up with it's Founder to get tips on raising large sums of capital globally.
Why Smart Capital is the certain way to grow in 2020
With the ongoing going state of economic and political uncertainty in the UK, how can 'smart' capital reinvigorate businesses?
Funding an acquisition
If you're looking to acquire a business, you need to know what finances are available to you. See your options here.
9 ways to cut costs for your business
Cutting costs isn't always about saving money but learning how to keep a track of things, particularly when you're scaling. Follow these tips to stay on top of things.
Everything you need to know about: Debt and Equity
What you need to know about debt financing versus equity financing. Learn the benefits and challenges of each and how to manage the process.
Everything you need to know about: Raising Capital
This short guide explains what you need to know for raising capital, and which different routes you may take when raising finance.
Ten point guide to venture capital
VC is usually sought by those looking to accelerate scale and take market share quickly. Here are ten areas to consider about how to choose and use VC based on tips and observations from members
Everything you need to know about : AIM (alternative investment market)
AIM is the Alternative Investment Market and the typical route for entrepreneurs looking to raise capital through an initial public offering. AIM launched in 1995 to offer smaller companies the opportunity to raise money from a wide variety of outside investors.