New forms of funding: From grants to loans and equity

When: 14 / 9 / 2016 10.30am - 14 / 9 / 2016 1.30pm

When: 14 / 9 / 2016 10.30am - 14 / 9 / 2016 1.30pm
Where: Sheffield Hallam University
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This workshop focused on the use of different forms of loans and equities.

Developed in partnership with Universities UK and the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the event formed part of the NHS Confederation's work to support the NHS to drive growth within local economies.

The event was supported by the Local Government Association and PA Consulting.

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Where: Sheffield Hallam University
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