Why is it reprehensible to use words such as “Ventures” or “Capital” when one is not an investor? Because the company/person implicitly promises something that they cannot guarantee. They are not a venture capitalist or an investor, and they won’t be the one deciding to invest.
The unicalmel incarnates the principles of a startup that has a sustainable business model that prioritises profitability over growth. It requires a smaller amount of funding than a unicorn, with the potential to become profitable and self-sustaining with a smaller amount of investment.
If you are not sure if you are likely to qualify for SEIS, you can ask HMRC before you go ahead and apply for SEIS Advance Assurance. This will let you know if you meet the criteria and give investors a peace of mind as HMRC have provisionally agreed that your venture is eligible for SEIS.
The announcement of the Spring Budget on 15th March showed us further action to deliver on 3 of the Prime Minister’s 5 priorities: halving inflation, growing the economy, and getting debt falling.
We had a look and summarised the key takeaways for small businesses…
When you’re setting out into the world of business, some widely accepted wisdom states that you need a business partner. After all, starting a company is tough, and you need all the help you can get, right?
However, that’s not really true…
Having a co-founder helps in many ways, but you also have the option of doing it alone.
In a bid to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, we are celebrating and spotlighting some amazing inventions that have changed the world, especially those that help us as entrepreneurs to do business better