Sysdoc joined London’s Stock Exchange Group, ELITE

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Sysdoc joined London’s Stock Exchange Group ELITE 

  • ELITE is LSEG’s international business support and capital raising ecosystem for ambitious and high growth companies.
  • Over 1,400 companies make up ELITE’s strong international community of entrepreneurs, advisers and investors.
  • Sysdoc is a Business Change Management Consultancy, helping our clients work in a simpler, smarter way so they can embrace change with confidence.

At the end of 2020 Sysdoc joined the London Stock Exchange Group's international business support and capital raising ecosystem, ELITE. 

“We are delighted to be part of the Elite network at this important time in Sysdoc’s business growth.  The structured approach, tools and advice provided will help us as we revisit our strategy and ambitions for Sysdoc through this period of intense change. The story telling and sharing of experiences with the diverse range of companies in the network is hugely valuable, bringing insight and challenge from businesses across Europe. I am looking forward to working with our extended group of leaders in Sysdoc to challenge and shape our future as we work through the programme.” Clare Hill, Sysdoc CEO.

Umerah Akram, Head of Business Development, ELITE, London Stock Exchange Group:

“We are excited to announce Sysdoc has joined the ELITE ecosystem. ELITE is committed to giving business stars of the future the very best chance to succeed, providing them with access to appropriate expertise and capital. It is a unique, strong community of the best and most dynamic entrepreneurs, advisers, investors and business school academics from around the world.” 

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About ELITE 

It is a unique offering for scale-ups across Europe and beyond, providing a comprehensive training programme and extensive access to the business and financial community. The ELITE Funding platform launched in 2017, will also help streamline the capital raising process for ELITE companies.

For further information please go to: www.elite-network.com

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