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Tuesday 18 April 2017

TWO WEEKS LEFT for the chance to become a Great British Scaleup

LOGOThere’s just two weeks to go before applications close for the first TechMarketView Great British Scaleup Event, to be held in London on 28-29 June 2017.

The new TechMarketView Great British Scaleup programme is aimed at fast growing, privately held, UK-owned tech SMEs that are ready, willing and able to make a step-change in their growth path with the help of external finance.

Participants will have a unique opportunity to develop their potential by tapping into the knowledge and experience of TechMarketView’s research analysts along with business advisors from ScaleUp Group, an elite team of successful tech entrepreneurs and seasoned executives, chaired by John O’Connell, one of the best known and most respected names in the UK tech sector.

Successful applicants will be invited to participate in a half-day, closed-door session to discuss their business plans and prospects in confidence with TechMarketView and ScaleUp Group. Selected qualifying companies will then have the option for further mentoring by ScaleUp Group to help prepare for potential external investment.

Companies participating in the TechMarketView Great British Scaleup programme will also enjoy invaluable exposure in TechMarketView UKHotViews, widely acknowledged as the most influential daily commentary on the UK tech scene, as well as coverage in selected TechMarketView research.

Applications close on Friday 28 April and can only be accepted through the web-based Pre-Qualification Form. Successful applicants will be notified by 26 May.

There is no charge to apply or participate in this event, so don’t miss this chance to start your journey to become the next Great British Scaleup!

Further information can be found in the Great British Scaleup page on our website or by contacting us at gbs@techmarketview.com.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '08:42' - Tagged: gbs  

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