VentureFounders: A Practical Guide To SME Funding

James Codling

Start-ups and small businesses need finance to thrive.  James Codling, co-founder of equity crowdfunding platform, VentureFounders, explains his own and his company’s approach to finding the best funding route. See the link below.


James knows a thing or two about start-ups, having founded his own winery in South America, where he turned barren land into a vineyard that now produces popular wines. By definition, his approach is that of the practical small-business owner – and the practial investor.


The VentureFounders philosophy, and its part in the continuum of alternative finance for small businesses, is expounded in James’s presentation at the recent Alternative Finance: New Solutions To Old Problems conference, sponsored by Cubism Law, Money&Co., and VentureFounders amongst others.

See the full presentation here.

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Entrepreneurs and SMEs looking to borrow from Money&Co. should click here. Facts and tips about crowdfunding in general are available by reading our knowledge hub, here.

To learn more about getting good returns on capital potential lenders should click here. Remember, when lending your capital is at risk – please read the warnings on our Home, Lend and Frequently Asked Questions pages.


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