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Why choose HGH?

Crowdfunding Seminar

Posted: 31st May 2016 by Julia O'Connor Corporate Finance, Event

Where to go, when the Bank says “No”? Your Guide to Alternative Finance Options.

You may have put a business plan together and excitedly approached your bank to secure the funds for your business growth, but the answer is “No”.

Or perhaps you’ve heard about “crowdfunding” or “equity investment” and would like to learn more about how they can help your business to expand?

If you are a small or medium sized business owner or director, then this seminar will be a valuable investment of your time.






Hunter Gee Holroyd in partnership with Make it York and the Association of Crowdfunding Experts invite you to join us for this informative seminar which will include:

  • Potential sources of funding for your business
  • Simple things you can do to improve your cash flow
  • Debt financing options
  • Crowdfunding
  • BE Fund
  • Asset Finance

Learn from case studies of businesses who have used these different forms of finance.
The option to discuss your business requirements during a free consultation with a professional advisor.

Top Tips for Crowdfunding Success

Kirsty McGregor will share with us her tips for crowdfunding success, with case studies showing projects that have been successful….as well as some that haven’t hit the mark.

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Learn from the World’s Largest Crowdfunding Campaign for Flooded Businesses

Kirsty will also explain how she led the world’s largest crowdfunding campaign for 103 flooded businesses in the Calder Valley, following the Boxing Day floods.
In a project entitled ‘Calderdale Rising’ Kirsty explains why its aims and subsequent achievements were much wider than just raising the money.’


How to Book

Thursday 14 July 2016

8 am – 9.30 am
(Full English Breakfast included – other choices are available!)
£20 + VAT



Barlow Room
Middlethorpe Hall
Bishopthorpe Road
YO23 2GB


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About Mark Grewer, Hunter Gee Holroyd Chartered Accountants

Mark Grewer is a Director at Hunter Gee Holroyd Chartered Accountants in the centre of York.
He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (FCA) and has helped small and medium sized businesses to grow for over 27 years.
Mark is head of Hunter Gee Holroyd Corporate Finance which helps clients to raise money to expand or buy existing businesses. He is a regular presenter on business development and advice at Hunter Gee Holroyd’s monthly Business Builder Forum events.
Mark is a member of the Association of Crowdfunding Experts – bringing you the most up to date options suitable for your situation.



Kirsty McGregor

About Kirsty McGregor, The Corporate Finance Network

Kirsty McGregor is the founder of The Corporate Finance Network and The Association of Crowdfunding Experts. Regularly asked to speak to groups of professionals, entrepreneurs and academics, she is a leading specialist in SME Corporate Finance and Crowdfunding.
‘The People Behind the Crowd’ article in the Corporate Financier magazine named her as one of the 6 leading experts in crowdfunding in the UK and has recently led a community crowdfunding initiative for 103 flooded businesses in the Calder Valley.
Kirsty launched the first Crowdfunding App over 3 years ago, created the “Crowdfunding Masterclass” and is also the Northern Manager for crowdfunding platform, Angels Den.