iAdvisory Workshop: SME Financing Best Practices for F&B, Lifestyle and Education Sectors
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Finance is the life-force of any enterprise. In order to start, grow and internationalise, enterprises need to access a variety of financing strategies and sources. There are diverse financing options for enterprises to suit their capital requirements, growth strategies and internationalisation plans.
In this session for SMEs in the F&B, Lifestyle and Education sectors, we put together a complete financing programme that covers both conventional and Internet-powered financing strategies. The expert speakers will be sharing on the best practices, latest trends, practical solutions and real world case studies on tapping on various funding sources, including equity investment, venture capital, bank financing, crowd-funding, peer-to-peer lending and grants.
Join us at this Workshop to hear about the financing strategies and options that you can access in growing your business within and beyond Singapore.
|Date||13 August 2015 (Thursday)|
|Time||2.00pm – 5.00pm|
|Venue||Little Red Dot Seminar Room, IE Singapore|
S$30 (for FLA/RAS members)
- Sharing by professionals on conventional and alternative financing sources.
- Q&A for tips and pointers on the different financing strategies for companies in different stages of their business.
- Networking opportunities with professionals from Franchising and Licensing Association (FLA), Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS), IE officers and Singapore companies.
*Programme (subject to change without prior notice)
|2.10pm||Financing strategies for SMEs at different stages of growth
Mr Wee Chin Chuan, Executive Director, Oriel Management Consulting Pte Ltd
|3.30pm||How IE can help you in your internationalisation journey|
|3.50pm||Alternative sources of SME financing
Mr Lawrence Yong, CEO and Co-Founder, MoolahSense Pte Ltd