Finding the right investment for you

If you’re looking to start a new company or push things in the right direction, you may find you qualify for two forms of venture capital schemes.

Known as the seed enterprise investment scheme (SEIS) and the enterprise investment scheme (EIS), these two forms of funding can provide you with the capital you need to boost your company’s productivity and growth.

That said, there are certain criteria you would have to meet to be eligible for either of these funds. Thankfully, our team know all there is to know about venture capital schemes, so we can point you in the right direction.

SEIS is designed to help you by offering tax relief for individual investors who buy shares in your company. You can receive a maximum of £150,000 through SEIS investments.

EIS, on the other hand, allows your company to raise up to £5 million each year and a maximum of £12m throughout your company’s lifetime. This also includes amounts received through other venture capital schemes.

Any money raised through the EIS must be spent on a new qualifying trade, preparing to begin a new qualifying trade or for research and development.

If you believe venture capital schemes could benefit your company, get in touch with Artisan today. We’ll help you get the ball rolling.

R & D tax relief

Claim back costs from your big breakthrough.

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Share scheme

Incentivise your team in a tax-efficient way.

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