Access to Finance - The Manufacturing Forum

28th January 2015


30pm Registration & Refreshments 17.00-18.00 Presentations, Q&A 18.00- 19.00 Networking & Exhibition Your opportunity to network with other manufacturers who have successfully secured funding and to find out what finance options are available for your company Covering the following topics Grants & Incentives New & Innovative Options for Funding for Growth - Local Funding Initiatives Equity Finance - Manufacturers' Case Study Kevin Parkin, Parkin Ltd will chair the event, joined by the following speakers: Paul Houghton Private Sector Board Member, Sheffield City Region LEP will provide an update from the LEP and the Growth Hub, in particular on the LEP's Business Support and Access to Finance initiatives. Gareth Hodge Senior Manager, PwC will provide an overview of the wide range of grants & incentives available in the UK and share with you ideas to help you maximise incentive packages. Keith Williams Regional Manager, UK Steel Enterprise will be giving details of the newly launched Equity Growth Fund for companies creating jobs. Member Neil Maskrey - Chief Financial Officer, Sheffield Forgemasters International will be at hand to network and talk to Manufacturers on successes to secure Funding from different support streams. Mini Exhibition:  Support agencies, such as MAS, UK Export Finance, Finance Yorkshire, British Business Bank and our Sponsors will be present to answer any queries you might have. Restricted to Manufacturers' and invited guests only.  For full details of the event please click here.

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