*Infographic* How to fund your business growth

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Alternatively it may suggest that you have a business or product idea that isn’t yet at market but that you believe will be successful and are therefore looking for support in launching your company. Funding business growth is essential for success.

However, knowing how to fund growth, and having full knowledge of what’s available can be more difficult to master – there are lots of different options, and understanding which is best for you and what is available can be a little trickier to understand.

We have put together a helpful infographic to outline the types of funding and finance available to businesses that are looking to grow, as well as the types of start ups to SMEs they are best suited to.

If you have identified which type of funding is suitable for your business and would like to know more about the options and amounts available, get in touch with the CPCA Growth Hub team on 01223 967676 or 01733 602060 or email hello@cpcagrowthhub.co.uk.

(You can also click here to view a large version of the infographic)

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