Imagen welcomed to London Stock Exchange Group’s ELITE

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    Imagen welcomed to London Stock Exchange Group’s ELITE

    Imagen Ltd is delighted to be able to announce its acceptance onto the highly exclusive Elite for Growth programme run by The London Stock Exchange and the Imperial College Business School.

    ELITE is a unique platform designed to help the UK’s most exciting and ambitious private companies prepare and structure for their next stage of growth. It facilitates structured engagement between the UK’s most exciting private growth companies, entrepreneurs and business leaders as well as the corporate advisory and investor community.

    Imagen Ltd are one of only 21 companies accepted onto the programme’s third cohort.

     

    Will Stephens, CFO, Imagen Ltd comments:

    “Acceptance onto this programme is a massive coup for Imagen Ltd. We will spend the next 18 months sharing ideas and experiences with other fast track company entrepreneurs as well as renowned advisory communities. The exposure to this forum will provide new business opportunities, it will raise our business profile with a wide range of stakeholders, and will assist us in driving our company’s future growth and value creation.”

    About ELITE

    ELITE offers businesses a full programme to help them grow, including; education training and direct contact with Europe’s financial and advisory community, through a unique online portal. Management teams are guided on how best to fast-track their development and capital raising processes, how to access the most suitable funding for their needs, whether private equity, venture capital or the bond or equity markets, and given advice on building their profile and reach.

    ELITE also allows its vibrant international advisor and investor community the opportunity to engage with a pool of high quality, dynamic companies and entrepreneurs, all of whom are open to the advice, opportunities and connections that the ELITE programme offers.

     

    Ian Mottashed

    Ian Mottashed

    Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

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