Take Our Quiz to Find Out if Your Business is Eligible for SEIS/EIS Funding

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are two of the UK government initiatives designed to encourage innovation. The schemes allow private investors to get a significant tax break as a reward for investing in early-stage, ‘high-risk’ companies.‍

In just one year (2020-2021), almost 6,000 companies raised over £1,800 million in SEIS and EIS funding so the schemes have certainly received plenty of take-up.

At Redfern Legal, we help businesses find out whether they are eligible for the scheme and then assist them with applying to the scheme and completing investment rounds. On the flip side, we also help private investors and investment funds when it comes to negotiating the terms of investment.

We have developed a quick quiz to help you discover whether your business is eligible to receive SEIS/EIS funding.


Take the quiz here


If you would like to apply for SEIS/EIS government funding, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at info@redfernlegal.com and we can help get you started and guide you through the whole process.






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