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The Side by Side Partnership

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Sep 28th 2020 - Nov 30th 2020

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The SidebySide Partnership is a London based Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) Venture Capital (VC) firm. Its purpose is to finance and control the management teams of its investee companies enabling them to become a developed corporate entity. The SidebySide Partnership's focus is on fast-growing technology businesses with £1 - 10 million in revenue. It provides 100% EIS relief on investment with zero initial/ongoing fees charged to investors. The SidebySide Partnership's investment experience of 20+ corporate acquisitions totalling more than $200 million, 20+ private investments, and a rate of interest of 12x over the last 35 years has enabled it to become a dependable platform for upcoming tech businesses. It will use the investment to grow its business across different verticals.

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  • £1,300,000
    pledged
  • 260%
    of goal

    £500,000
    target

    £28,401,734
    pre-money valuation

    15.45%
    equity available

    Withheld
    investors

    Withheld
    pledge per investor

    10166558
    company number

    Active
    company status

    06/05/2016
    incorporated 5 years

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    28 Sep 20 Envestors £1,300,000 / 260%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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