Equity Investment

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Business Angels Business Angels are people or syndicates who invest, often during business start-up or early development, in return for an equity share. Typical sums are £10,000 to £50,000 - see also www.bvca.co.uk/search/features/FAQs.  Advice from Business Link 
Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) The EIS is designed to help smaller higher-risk trading companies to raise finance by offering a range of tax reliefs to investors who purchase new shares in those companies.  HMRC advice 
Low Carbon Venture Capital Fund The fund will make early-stage equity investments into SME's that are developing new and innovative products or processes in a low carbon, environmentally sensitive manner. Low Carbon Fund 
Venture Capital Venture capitalists (or private equity firms) invest in high-potential growth businesses in order to generate a return in the event of an IPO or trade sale. Visit the British Venture Capital Association website to see a list of members - www.bvca.org.uk.  Advice from Business Link 
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