For businesses after a grant to fund serious growth, capital raising may be the alternative answer.

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  1. Target the right types of Capital
  2. Avoid raising the wrong amount of Capital
  3. Develop a strong Business Plan
  4. Prepare a detailed Financial Forecast
  5. NETWORK and RELATIONSHIPS offline and online
  6. Be CREATIVE and INNOVATIVE – when it comes to finding finance
  8. Use Advisors to help you raise capital and help you with your business
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Growth Funding For Southern Edge Training

BSI Capital advised and secured $2m in growth funding for Southern Edge Training Pty Ltd, (

BSI Capital, headed by Michael Shandler, was engaged to assist in the development of the company's growth strategy, business plan and advise on the company's valuation, private equity firm selection and transaction negotiation

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The Pacific Club engaged BSI Capital to seek out equity capital for its property and members only club venture based on the SOHO Club in the UK. - Transaction value undisclosed.

Surpac and ECSI (Minex) have merged to from the Surpac Minex Group. The merger brings the time-proven and highly regarded products of the two companies together into a single technical support and research and development group.

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BSI Capital advised Vroam Pty Ltd on the private placement  of equity funds from both a Swedish based Venture Capital firm and local investors. Transaction value undisclosed.


BSI Capital advised Portable Computer Systems on the sale of it's business operations to Harris Technology a subsidiary of the Coles Myer Group Ltd. - $4m

Portable Computer Systems was established in 1988 to specialize in the emerging market of portable computer technology and is now the number one Platinum Mobile Plus Reseller of Toshiba laptops in NSW.

BSI Capital advised Iwade Holdings Pty Ltd on securing a debt facility from the ANZ Bank Limited

BSI Capital advised Southern Edge Training Pty Ltd and secured a debt facility on it's behalf from the National Australia Bank Ltd

BSI Capital advised the shareholders of Florabelle Imports, a leading importer and distributor of artificial flowers on the divestment of its business operations to a a group of private investors. Transaction value - Undisclosed.

Investors are again looking to invest in young companies from the private sector, as the wealthy realise that the stock market and property market is fully valued. The BSI Investor Forum is the place where these investors can get first hand information on the opportunities tyhat are available

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When business matching service, Business Strategies International (BSI) presented six investment opportunities to an audience of about 80 investors in February, the opportunities ranged from online education to broadband services to fingerprint security and human biomechanical analysis software

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The forums, sponsored by Australian Distributed Incubator and Digital Harbour, showcased seed and expansion stage companies which offer products in the fields of multimedia point-of-sale advertising; digital tourism publishing; networks for voice, applications and data; web-enabled electronic books; architectural glass products; and niche-market mobile phones for hazardous industries

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