Byte the Book – How can we Access Finance to Enable Innovative Publishing Projects?

Former CEO of Capital Radio, ex-board member at Ingenious Media and angel investor, David Mansfield, will lead a discussion on how to go about getting funding for your projects and what investors look for when putting their money behind businesses and individuals. Joining David will be: Nenad Marovac (Founder and Managing Partner of DN Capital), Alison Boyle (Partnership Manager for Literature at The Arts Council) and Asi Sharabi (Co-Founder of LostMyName).

This event will be in the Gennaro Room at the Groucho Club. Byte the Book and Groucho members get in free. Non-member tickets are £20. If you are keen to join Byte the Book please sign up here. Annual membership is currently £75.

Members and non-members must sign up for a ticket to reserve their place.

Our nominated charity for our July Byte the Book and 2015 is Worldreader, an e-literacy charity focused on enabling reading in developing countries:


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