Crowdfunding your new business - A live and interactive session
3.00pm - 3.30pm
A live and interactive session looking at how crowdfunding can be used to help your new business get started.
About this Event
Interested in finding out more about crowdfunding for a new business?
The Crowdfund Scotland team are running an online workshop on Thursday the 19th of November, in association with our partners at LEADER.
It will be a live and interactive session, hosted by the Crowdfund Scotland coaches, talking about the opportunities crowdfunding offers to those looking to raise funds for a new venture.
Whether you're only at the ideas stage, or ready to launch to the world, join us to find out how crowdfunding can make your new business come alive.
Topics to be covered:
- What crowdfunding is and how it works
- The benefits crowdfunding can bring to a business
- What makes a good crowdfunding project
- Three steps to success
- Factors to consider when setting your target
- Accessing guidance and support
How to access the live session
Register for free through Eventbrite to receive a link to the live webinar the day before the event. You will receive this via email, so please check your spam/ junk folder. A webcam and microphone are not required to join this live workshop.
Interested but can't make the live event?
If you register for a ticket on Eventbrite, we'll automatically send you a recording of the live session to watch whenever it's convenient to you.
If you'd like to find out more about how we may be able to support you, please get in touch with the Crowdfund Scotland team by emailing email@example.com
Bringing Scottish communities together
We're in Scotland helping to make great ideas happen through a combination of expert crowdfunding coaching, events and grants.
Crowdfund Scotland is for everyone in Scotland with an idea that can transform their community.
Our expert coaches are on the ground, sharing their crowdfunding expertise and know-how in Forth Valley and Lomond, Fife, Scottish Borders, Rural Perth and Kinross, Tyne Esk, West Lothian, Kelvin Valley and Falkirk, Greater Renfrewshire and Inverclyde and Lanarkshire.
We're hosting workshops and events to help you bring your idea to life.
The Crowdfund Scotland project is being part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community LEADER 2014 – 2020 Programme.