Beamshare aims to become first in north-east to raise investment on new platform

Technology firm Beamshare is looking to be the first in the north-east of Scotland to raise money on investment crowdfunding platform Crowdcube.

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Investors on the site get shares in the company, and investments can also attract Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) tax relief of up to 50 percent.

Aberdeen-based Beamshare was invited to the online investment site as its online system for video review has been creating a stir in the film and TV production industry.

Beamshare founder Iain Richardson said: “We want to be Aberdeen’s first successful Crowdcube investee. We’re getting great feedback from our first customers and we’re ready to launch our product to the worldwide video production industry.

“A successful investment round will enable us to do just that. People can invest from just £20, which means this is a great opportunity to get actively involved in a technology start-up”.

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