Enter the UK’s largest monthly seed funding competition and win £150,000
You have until Wednesday 14 June to enter for your chance to win funding from a £1.8m SEIS fund, alongside business support and media coverage
June’s Start-Up Series competition is now open for business, giving you the chance to win £150,000 in equity seed funding from a £1.8m Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS).
Launched in October last year by Startups.co.uk and established investors Worth Capital, The Start-Up Series is the largest ever monthly seed funding competition in the UK.
Enter to be in with a chance of winning £150,000 from The Start-Up Series
This is your opportunity to access vital funding, as well as invaluable business support from Worth Capital and extensive media coverage across Startups.co.uk. Whatever your ambitions, now’s the time to fulfil them.
Three UK start-ups have already been announced as winners of The Start-Up Series and have revealed their exciting plans for the next stage of growth…
October’s winner was online property rental platform RentalStep. On a mission to improve the “broken” rental industry, founder Mike Georgeson said he planned to “put a plan and a really good team in place” to spearhead a “rental revolution”.
Vegetarian fast-food brand Not Dogs took home the £150,000 prize in November and is ready to realise its dream of taking the business “up and down the country”, while baby food processor developer Nuripod, winner of the October competition, is set to launch its first product and already has more in the pipeline.
You can find out more about the winners here.
To be eligible for the competition you must be a UK citizen aged 18 or over and running a business based in the UK. Your business must have been trading for 21 months or less, have fewer than £200,000 in gross assets and fewer than 25 employees.
If your application is successful you will go on to take part in a video interview with Worth Capital – which selects the final winner – and you will be required to submit a detailed business plan.