Friday 05 October 2018

LAST CHANCE TODAY to get free advice to scale up your business

Applications close TODAY, Friday 5th October.

logoIf you believe that your business could grow faster but are not sure how to do it – or you are pondering an eventual exit – then here's a fantastic opportunity to get expert practical advice absolutely free.

The TechMarketView Great British Scaleup programme has already helped founders and CEOs of nearly 30 UK tech SMEs such as CloudTrade and Pivotal iQ achieve landmark results and set many others on their growth journeys.

All you have to do is apply for a place in the next Great British Scaleup event, which is being held on Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th November at the London offices of Great British Scaleup Programme Official Supporter techUK.

You will spend 90 minutes in closed session with TechMarketView Managing Partner Anthony Miller and other top TechMarketView Research Directors, along with experienced advisors from Great British Scaleup programme Advisory Sponsor, ScaleUp Group, the team of successful tech entrepreneurs that have been responsible for accelerating growth and achieving successful exits at many well-known tech companies.

We will assist you to identify the obstacles to growth and offer pragmatic options for helping your business achieve its potential. You will also have your company rated on our proprietary ScaleUp Growth Index® scorecard so you have an objective measure by which you can track your scale-up progress.

Your business will also get huge exposure by being featured in TechMarketView UKHotViews, arguably the most influential daily commentary on the UK tech scene and beyond.

Apply now for GBS5It's easy to apply – just fill in the application form on the TechMarketView website here by close of business, TODAY, Friday 5th October 2018. There is no charge to participate.

There's more information on the Great British Scaleup page on our website or if you have any queries just call or email Anthony Miller (020 3002 8463

Posted by HotViews Editor at '06:00'