Tag Archives: young companies

Reminova: Is This The End Of The Dentist’s Drill?

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To find out more information on this ground-breaking technology and to become an investor, view their website at Reminova. Reminova are trying to reduce drill and fill Reminova was formed in 2014 to provide dentists and patients with new preventative treatments for tooth decay. Some years ago, Reminova founders took a radically different approach to decay […]


EIE14 | Better Than Breaking Bad*

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I can’t wait for next week when Edinburgh hosts the annual Engage Invest Exploit (EIE14) event at the Assembly Rooms. Admittedly I don’t get out much (launching a start-up and having 3 small children) but honestly I’ve been looking forward to it for months. I must confess to being a tad cynical last year as […]


ShareIn Part Of The Newly Launched CodeBase Incubator

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ShareIn have moved into Codebase. Codebase is the newest and largest technology incubator in Scotland. We are based in Argyle House, a quarter of a million square foot building in the heart of Edinburgh. Codebase is entirely built on private equity and their mission is to build and grow the next great tech companies. Find out […]


ShareIn Infographic – How Equity Crowdfunding Works

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Equity crowdfunding: the democratisation of investing

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I love the internet!  I get excited by the massive potential of the technology and this enthusiasm hasn’t left me since I got started in this business over ten years ago.  To me the internet has always been a kind of Wild West frontier where anything is possible.  The early buzz and subsequent dot.com bubble […]


The Best Tax Break You’ve Never Heard Of

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Tax doesn’t have to be boring – honest! Are you aware of the truly incredible tax breaks available to people who want to invest in young companies which can, in some cases, totally mitigate your risk to zero? Jude explains why in today’s post on the blog. In recent years, research has shown that investing […]