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Helpline to ‘de-mystify’ angel investing

Accountancy firm Chiene + Tait is providing a free service to help stimulate the angel market.

It has formed a partnership with business angel association, LINC Scotland which includes a dedicated Business Angel Helpline.

One aim is to ‘de-mystify’ the whole process of becoming a business angel.

Chiene + Tait entrepreneurial partner Neil Norman said: “This is a positive development which has real scope to benefit the growth of Scottish SMEs and help entrepreneurs punch above their weight by encouraging more activity within the business angel investment community.”

David Grahame, executive director of LINC Scotland, said: “The Business Angel Helpline has provided a valuable resource for our membership.”

 



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