Find a Business Angel
We all know how to find a good service provider - personal recommendation. But what if you want help now and don't know who to ask?
One piece of good advice is to be wary of paying someone up front to find an investor for you - see Corporate Insolvency - Ecademy for an independent consultant's view. Any good professional will discuss your business with you first without charge and look to establish whether a business angel is likely to invest. I certainly would, and I would be delighted to help you find an investor if that's the best thing to do in all the circumstances. Of course, the right solution may be corporate or operational restructuring, or even the use of an insolvency process, and you may be advised to spend money with the professional to implement that optimum solution.
By the way, adding to the Ecademy post, if you want to find an insolvency practitioner (not that you need to look any further if you're reading this), the most user-friendly search tool is at the website of R3, the insolvency practitioners' trade body.
Date: 30th June, 2008
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