The new K-Incubator service is planned to aid fledgling dot.com companies into fully developed commercial enterprises.
Clive Hyman, UK head of business incubation services, said: ‘We believe there is currently a substantial communication gap between internet start-ups and the private equity community. We are confident K-Incubator will bridge that gap, ensuring those internet propositions with the most potential are suitably funded and nurtured, therefore unlocking the vast potential for internet companies seeking investment.’
The service aimes to privde clear guidance on the viability of business ideas and what is required to make attractive to investors.
K-Incubator will also provide opportunities to implementation advice from KPMG professionals and industry experts. Lastly, the service will offer a wide portfolio of KPMG services.
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