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National Business Angels Network publishes guide

The National Business Angels Network, a national organisation supporting start-ups, has published the latest edition of its investment directory, Business Angel Finance.

The directory, which has been published in conjunction with the British Venture Capital Association, aims to raise awareness of the many business angel networks around the country which help developing businesses access funds from private investors.

Copies of the guide are available by emailing info@bestmatch.co.uk.

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