The Tenth Nottingham Dragons Den is just ‘Angels’
The High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire Judy Naaké is joining forces with 5 other female business leaders to support new enterprises in Nottingham
Got a business idea you want to develop?
Would £3,000 help get your business idea off the ground?
Then apply for funding from The Tenth Nottingham Dragons’ Den!
Launched today for applications, budding entrepreneurs will be able to pitch to the Angel panel for a small grant in support of their business start up and will get help and advice from the panel.
This is the tenth Dragons Den style event organised by Nottinghamshire Community Foundation and will be hosted at the new Technology Entrepreneurship Centre (TEC) at Nottingham University’s Innovation Park.
We are inviting applications from budding entrepreneurs of all genders to apply for a grant to support their business development.
The Angel Panel includes:
- Beverley Parr, partner of B & J Parr Ltd
- Sue Allsopp, founder of Equator design Nottingham
- Karen Cox, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Nottingham University
- Nicky Weston DL, the Vice Chair of Nottinghamshire Community Foundation
- Melanie Currie, Deputy Dean Nottingham Trent University Business School
- Judy Naaké, High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and founder of the St Tropez tanning company
Judy Naaké – The High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, commenting on the Angel’s den
“I am very keen to support new entrepreneurs as I know how hard it is to build a business. I believe the advice and support from this panel of successful women will offer the applicants an incredible boost to their start up, as well as a memorable day in the den”
How To Apply
To be considered for a grant, applicants need to be a resident of Nottingham city or county, be able to submit a realistic business plan and have a great enterprise idea.
For more information on the scheme, details on how to apply and to download business plan and forecast templates
All applications must be submitted by 9.30am on Monday 5th December 2016.