The emergence out of lockdown will be a critical period for any business as trading volumes increase, furloughed staff return and other government support measures put in place are scaled back. Many businesses will be looking to raise finance, whether debt or equity, in order to ensure that the business has sufficient funding to capitalise on the opportunities available.
In order to secure the appropriate funding for your business, having a business plan to navigate the post-COVID world will be crucial, demonstrating to funders and investors the business’ strengths and potential. This article explores the key aspects that should be included in such a business plan.
Bishop Fleming has a team of fundraising specialists ready to advise clients through Coronavirus whether through debt or equity. Our specialist tax team has considerable experience in helping companies to qualify for the EIS/Seed EIS schemes, making businesses an attractive proposition for investors.