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Kuber is delighted to announce the arrival of new funds by Amberside Capital and Nova Cofoundery.


Just in time for their next deployment on 31st March.

We are delighted to announce the arrival of the Nova Cofoundery SEIS/EIS Fund,  Amberside Incrementum EIS Fund and Amberside Knowledge Intensive EIS Fund to the Kuber platform; all available via the single digital application and with a low minimum investment of £5,000 per fund.

Amberside Incrementum EIS Fund

Sector: Generalist
Target Return: £2 for every £1 invested
Target Diversification: 4-8 investee companies
Next Deployment Date: 31st March 2020
Minimum Investment via Kuber: £5,000

“This fund is focusing on finding companies which have already demonstrated demand for their product or service in their marketplace and are now looking for additional capital to make a step change in their growth or move into a new complementary market. Hence, we have named the fund ‘Incrementum’.”

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Amberside Knowledge Intensive EIS Fund

Sector: Technology
Target Return: £3 for every £1 invested
Target Diversification: 4-6 investee companies
Next Deployment Date: 3rd April 2020
Minimum Investment via Kuber: £5,000

“A partnership with Anglo Scientific (experts at selecting, building and exiting from technology businesses), this EIS fund invests in companies that are using technology to help solve global issues predominantly in 3 sub-sectors: security; healthcare; and communications. The companies will all have defensible IP, a truly global market, and be able to demonstrate a clear route to over £100m annually in revenues.”

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Nova Cofoundery SEIS and EIS Fund

Sector: Technology
Target Return: £2.18 for every £1 invested
Target Diversification: Minimum 10 investee companies (maximum of 30)
Next Deployment Date: 31st March 2020
Minimum Investment via Kuber: £5,000

“Nova believes that we owe it to our entrepreneurs and our investors to create a more rewarding experience; this belief led Nova to develop the Cofoundery business model. The Cofoundery approach to creating new ventures addresses five of what we believe are the most commonly made mistakes by start-ups. By actively managing these risks, Nova believes you can significantly reduce failure rates.”

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