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Funding your start-up – the ultimate guide

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Posted by Robert Lee on 14 October 2020

Robert Lee - Head of Corporate Law
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A piggybank for personally funding a startup

Personal funding

Startup Business Loans on the front page of newspaper

Loans

Productivity words on a wall in a Startup Incubator

Start-up Incubators

Flock of sheep to represent crowd funding

Crowdfunding

The sign you have been looking for neon sign

Venture capital

Startup Angel Investor holding lightbulb

Angel Investors

Car asset financing - startups
Social Enterprise feet with the words passion led us here

Community and social impact schemes

Cup with the words begin on

Grants

Local Enterprise Networks man and code

Local Enterprise Networks

About the author

Robert Lee

Partner

Robert has over 20 years’ experience in corporate law, he specialises in mergers and acquisitions, turnarounds, corporate restructuring and joint ventures.

Robert Lee

Robert has over 20 years’ experience in corporate law, he specialises in mergers and acquisitions, turnarounds, corporate restructuring and joint ventures.

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