Addressing the critical obstacle for venture capital investing
The formative years in a business’s life and journey are often it’s most fragile and critical. During this time, it has to develop a product, establish a market and retain customers – all while generating repeated revenue to power future growth. Yet it is also the time in which some of the best returns can be found for investors. What if there was a way to access this potential whilst also addressing a key risk in early stage venture capital investing?
But many young businesses don’t make it past the start-up phase. They trip and fall before they can realise their potential. According to the Financial Times, only half of companies formed in London in 2013 succeeded after three years.
There are many reasons why start-ups fail, including intense...
Changes to our EIS Fee Structure
As a result of recent regulatory changes that affect EIS investment, including the business growth...
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