• Electric Accountancy

Are You A StartUp With Burning Questions?

Updated: Oct 7

#Startups #BusinessGrowthAccelerator #SparkAccelerator


Get an insight into the questions that Lincolnshire's innovative start-up businesses ask



Business Growth Acceleration


Spark Accelerator is a business growth accelerator developed and run by Rebecca Webster, Electric Accountancy’s founder, for the University of Lincoln.


Spark Accelerator's mission is to drive innovation and enterprise in the Greater Lincolnshire region by helping innovative start-ups to refine their concepts, gain traction, and build scalable businesses. It does this through an intensive programme of interactive business-focused workshops, business advice and mentoring, networking and funding.





Hot topics raised by entrepreneurs


Here is just a small selection of questions raised by entrepreneurs that have participated in the Spark Accelerator programme:

  • How does a company get valued?

  • Should I apply for a patent?

  • When should I think about IP protection?

  • How do I go about employing my first person?

  • How do I make sure that I employ the right person?

  • How do I make use of the SEIS fund?

  • How do I productise my service?

  • How do I find manufacturing suppliers for my product?

  • How do you manage Risk?

  • How do I get to the decision makers in a company that I want to sell to?

  • How do you make sure you don’t run out of cash before sales take off?

  • How do I avoid getting ripped off by investors?

  • Are networking events worth it?

  • What goes into a pitch presentation?

  • What’s the best way to raise money for growth?


If you have questions like these, why not call us and have a chat about how we can help?



"We're passionate about helping businesses to improve and grow"

Rebecca Webster, Electric Accountancy founder





To find out more about how we can help you to grow your business

and supercharge your profits, you just have to pick up the phone:


01526 354764




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