On Wednesday morning, 30 leading entrepreneurs, investors and advisors met at the Rosewood Hotel to discuss the Alternative Investment Market.
The finnCap AIM High Breakfast Briefing explored the vitality of London’s junior markets and examined the prospects of companies looking to float on the Alternative Investment Market.
Guests were briefed by finnCap CEO Sam Smith on market uncertainty, the resilience of the AIM index and the importance of long-term strategy in the current financial climate.
Steve Flavell, co-CEO of LoopUp, weighed in on being the first tech company to issue public stock since the European referendum result, providing tips on building relationships with investors and planning a public offering in uncertain times.
Seven Hills co-founder Michael Hayman MBE hosted the event, mediated a fireside chat with Steve Flavell and held a question and answer session between Sam Smith and members of the audience.
The AIM High Breakfast Briefing followed on from the success of June’s AIM High IPO Summit, finnCap’s inaugural event, which saw over 200 members of the business community gather to discuss the growth of London’s alternative market.
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