If you are a business owner, you will know first hand that one of the most important things (and arguably one of the hardest) about running your business will be financing it. Whether it is raising money from friends and family, getting a loan from the bank or taking private investment from VCs. Cash is king and if you don’t have cash in your business before too long you won’t have a business.
As much as I would love there to be, over the last few years I have learnt that there isn’t a one size fits all, yellow brick road to success for raising any kind of funding for your business. Every raise, just like every pitch, every business and every team, is different.
At Raising Partners we thought we would clear a few things up around SEIS & EIS tax relief and why both are so important to your fundraising process.
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Raising Partners is an innovative investment consultancy which partners with businesses of all sizes to secure investment through angel networks, VCs and crowdfunding.
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We provide a comprehensive service for entrepreneurs, start-ups or established businesses looking to raise equity investment. We work with companies to deliver a tailored level of service with our typical project timeline ranging between four and six months.
We’ve raised millions for businesses around the world. From AI shopping platforms to raw dog food, we’ve got a wealth of cross-sector experience.
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