IGNITION FINANCIAL NEWS & BLOG

I am a Founder Q&A – Tom Williams from Point Group

This month we interviewed our client Tom Williams, founder of strategic consultancy Point Group. In his “I am a Founder Q&A” he describes the importance of building an effective team with complementary skill-sets and the hard reality of how limited cash availability can limit your growth.

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I am a Founder Q&A – Tim Williams from My Clinical Outcomes

For this edition of I am a Founder Q&A we interviewed doctor Tim Williams, CEO of My Clinical Outcomes, a web-based platform that automates the collection and analysis of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs).

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I am a Founder Q&A – Karol Ostaszewski from Sxollie Cider

For this edition of I am a Founder Q&A we interviewed our client and fellow PwC alumnus Karol Ostaszewski, founder of the award winning Sxollie Cider

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The Government’s Start-Up Loan Scheme

Dave Leaman helps Founders access the UK Government’s Start-Up Loan Scheme. This is an important financing option for Founders who are not yet ready to part with equity.

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Idea to IPO: Turning an awesome idea into a convincing pitch deck

So, you have had that Eureka moment. You’ve also received positive vibes from your research. But how do you turn that idea into a business? Your first financial consideration is, “how to fund it?”

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Founders Facts: Why investors love SEIS and EIS

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are important for UK Angel Investors and Founders. If Founders understand the benefits of (S)EIS to investors it can help them attracting and negotiating investment.

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Founders’ Finance Facts R&D Credits

The average UK annual claim for an SME is £46,000! This is great news, as it means that R&D tax credits are an excellent source of funding for many start-ups and scale-ups. Where your business is developing new products, processes or services, it can claim a cash payment or tax reduction on the R&D costs incurred.There are two ways for you to benefit

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