BGF has demonstrated that there is significant demand for funding small and medium-sized businesses that have gone past the start-up stage. Sir Nigel Rudd takes us through his role as a “business angel” and the passion BGF has for mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs in his latest column for the Daily Telegraph.
Sir Nigel Rudd in The Telegraph on lending a hand to startups
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