Tomorrow’s Global Business: Raising Capital

We take a look into alternative finance, as negativity in the globalised financial market has increased and has culminated in a more inward looking view in many parts of the developed world

© Matt Kenyon

Companies are having to look closer to home to raise capital

Agreeing how to share influence with company founders can be a delicate task

Institutional investors tend to prefer assets that are up and running

The state is driving crude fraud from the online market but grey areas remain

A range of finance institutions are challenging banks’ dominance of the lending market

Investing in intellectual property commercialisation is not without risks

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