Newable EIS Scale-Up Fund 3 Launches on GrowthInvest Platform
- On March 13, 2019
- By GrowthInvest Admin
We are pleased to announce that the Newable EIS Scale-Up Fund 3 is now officially live on the platform.
The Newable EIS Scale-Up Fund 3 aims to invest in a diversified portfolio of 7-10 knowledge intensive companies, offering Investors exposure to a partially technology de-risked asset class without the need to stock-pick or commit management time. The Fund will invest to enable UK companies to scale up emerging Fourth Industrial revolution technologies. The Fund will target the funding gap that exists for companies which have de-risked their technology, developed traction with customers and now seek funding to scale their commercial operations.
The Fund aims to invest in Qualifying Companies alongside a Lead Investor with sector specific skills. They will normally join the Investee’s Board as a director or alternatively act as a Board Observer post-investment. Previous Newable EIS Funds have co-invested alongside industry leaders and successfully cashed out entrepreneurs with the experience to suggest that they can add significant value to investees.
Newable is a leading provider of serviced office, advisory, lending and equity solutions to some
12,000 SMEs per annum. Benefitting from the expertise of circa 220 professionals, the Newable
EIS Scale-Up Fund 3 has a unique infrastructure from which to originate, undertake due diligence,
execute, support, monitor and ultimately exit investments.
Newable is independently recognised as one of the UK’s leading investment networks and draws
on a 35 year track record (bolstered by the acquisition of London Business Angels in April 2017)
as well as long term partnerships with the U.K. government and business community.
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