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Investing with Haatch’s EIS Fund

by | Feb 20, 2024

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With the tax year end firmly in our sights, Haatch has once again highlighted the strength of their EIS Fund, which closes on March 31st with full deployment in the upcoming tax year.

The fund targets the fastest-growing B2B (business-to-business) SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) companies which offer problem-solving solutions. Haatch targets 4-6 companies, focusing on those which use digital innovations to benefit established markets.

The Haatch EIS Fund also invests alongside Tier 1 investment funds as part of a larger investment round. With a proven track record which boasts over £100 million in personal exits, the Haatch team focuses on revenue, quality and business profitability, prioritising the practicality of backing skilled entrepreneurs who can build exceptional businesses. 

 
 

One of Haatch’s trusted portfolio companies, Deazy, recently announced the acquisition of Geektastic. Haatch first invested in Deazy in 2019, three years after the Bristol-based technology start-up company was founded. Deazy has continued to expand since Haatch’s investment, with this major acquisition further proof of the benefits of Haatch’s EIS Fund.

To find out more about the Haatch EIS fund, please click here.

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