Helping entrepreneurs to navigate funding landscape.
Many entrepreneurs are confused by the fundraising landscape and to help them navigate the funding landscape better, we’ve designed this programme to help to demystify the funding options available to founders and entrepreneurs and to provide the skills and knowledge needed to fund business growth.
Who is it for?
The Programme is for entrepreneurs ranging from early-stage businesses to established scale-ups who are looking for investment, or funding to develop and grow their business.
We know entrepreneurs often get lost in a maze of funding options. The Programme is designed to help businesses better understand the options available, as well as sharing best practices to secure the right type of funding for their business.
How it works
The Programme is delivered online via virtual workshops and educational content, as well virtual training and mentoring sessions. Once you have been accepted onto the programme, we will share all the details of upcoming workshops and mentoring support available.
Registrations for the next programme are now open.
Click below and send us an email, we'll then send you an application form.
Send the application back to us as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.
To attend the Funding Readiness Programme you must be based in the UK.
About Capital Enterprise
Capital Enterprise is a body of connectors, influencers, investors and policy-makers, collaborating to serve and super-charge the UK start-up scene. They are the largest network of start-up supporters in London and a leading authority on tech start-up growth and committed to making the UK the best place in Europe to start and scale a business.
They are actively involved in the UK's start-up, investment and fast-growth scenes having founded the AI-Seed Fund and co-founded and co-managed the London Co-Investment Fund.
Their programmes help to accelerate the growth of the UK’s most innovative start-ups. For example, The CASTS programme helped start-ups to raise £142m in investment and create 955 jobs.