Here is a list of current EIS investment opportunities – including managed EIS funds and single company EIS offers. Click through to read our review of each EIS offer, download the documents and find full details on how to invest.
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Azoomee has developed an award-winning online platform for children aged 5-10, aiming to provide a safe and secure space to play and learn. It has early commercial traction both with consumers and with telcos such as O2 and Vodafone.
Invests across various technology sectors, including energy, medical and business enterprise software. Transparent – investors can see which underlying companies they will be invested in. Targets a return of £1.60 per £1 invested and should be viewed as at the upper end of the risk scale.
Parkwalk is an interesting high-growth fund that looks to back patented technology with commercial potential coming out of UK universities. The fee structure incentivises management to seek exits rather than sit on investments.
Q-Bot has created Europe’s only accredited robotics system that insulates floors quickly, cost effectively and without disruption. There are 8 million UK homes that could benefit from Q-Bot's service and millions more globally.
Choice of EIS or SEIS. Invests alongside business angels in early-stage, high growth potential companies carrying high investment risk. The co-investment model has benefits, and the individuals involved have strong credentials.
Calculus Capital has been at the forefront of EIS investing for years, having created the UK’s first approved EIS Fund in 1999. This offer focuses on established businesses with growth potential and will be typically split between eight to ten investments.
Foresight Group has joined forces with Williams Advanced Engineering: the result is the Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund. The fund invests into early-stage, unquoted companies that are developing disruptive technology and pioneering innovations, which can benefit from Williams’ technical, engineering and commercial expertise.
Jenson's first SEIS first fund was launched soon after the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme was introduced in 2012. This sixth tranche of the Jenson SEIS and EIS fund offers a mixture of new technology investments and follow-on funding into companies previously backed by Jenson SEIS and EIS funds.
Mercia EIS Fund invests in early-stage technology and life sciences, seeking to commercialise developments from industry and spin-outs from 19 UK universities. It has a focus on the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland.
Par Syndicate EIS is a technology growth EIS fund which co-invests with business angels from Par Equity's well established network. It focuses on the "equity gap" outside London: opportunities that are beyond the reach of an individual business angel but not quite big enough for private equity to be interested.
This EIS service invests in later stage, established growth orientated businesses. Each will typically have an annual turnover in the region of £5 million. It is likely investors will invest in a spread of unquoted and AIM listed businesses.
This fund does what the name suggests: it invests in UK start ups, alongside its network of business angels. It has shown encouraging signs to date, although past performance is not a guide to the future.
This is a further opportunity to invest in SafeToNet Ltd under EIS, ahead of a £15.8 million Series B round led by Panmure Gordon & Co. This £5 million private offer is available exclusively to Wealth ...
Highlights £3 million EIS Series A round, £2 million raised alreadyProven, accredited, multi-award winning and commercialisedGlobal insulation market worth $52 billion and increasing 8.6% p.a.Opportunity for sector dominance – not guaranteedMarket driven by regulation and need ...