ONLINE EVENT: Scale-up funding in a changing world

ONLINE EVENT: Scale-up funding in a changing world

Date: Thursday, 25 June 2020
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
ONLINE EVENT

Delivered in partnership with KPMG, this session will provide an insight into the new landscape of grants, loans, Future Fund and exits for scale-up companies.

Expert panel discussion with KPMG:

• Chris Wilson, Director, Corporate Finance, KPMG UK

• Salvatore di Maggio, Emerging Giants Lead, Cambridge, KPMG UK

• Tim Kay, Emerging Giants Director, KPMG UK

Moderated by David Gill, Managing Director of St John’s Innovation Centre.

TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT, CLICK HERE

Date: Thursday 25th June 2020

Time: 11:00-12:00 (30 minute presentation, followed by Q&A)

Venue: This event will take place via Teams Live Event. Please register here to be sent the link.

About KPMG

KPMG local presence and knowledge is reinforced by being able to access their international network where they have the ability to utilise the strength and depth of their global firm. KPMG works with early stage businesses, family owned concerns, AIM and fully listed international entities and they are delighted to have a significant number of key regional companies amongst their clients.

With over 140 staff in the region KPMG draws on their experience to advise clients on: Audit, Tax, Pensions, and Advisory services. Given its location, KPMG Cambridge office is a centre of excellence for technology, providing specialised expertise in this sector sitting alongside a broader client base across the farming, food, manufacturing and pharmaceutical sectors.

Given the diverse range of the their client base both in terms of size and sector KPMG is well placed to help as businesses come to grips with the challenges facing them. As the importance of East Anglia to the UK economy grows, KPMG is proud of the role they have played in working with and advising local clients and their continued commitment to providing proactive, professional advice to businesses across the region.

Contact

For questions please contact Tom Graver: tgraver@stjohns.co.uk