Venture capital firm aims to raise £15m through Enterprise Investment Scheme
Manchester-based Praetura Ventures says it is raising money for its first Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) fund.
It says it is part of its mission to bridge the estimated £300m venture capital funding gap for scaling businesses in the North West of England.
The company plans to raise £15m of EIS capital to fund around eight to 10 early-stage companies in the region.
Praetura Ventures, formerly Praetura Capital, says it has a proven track record generating lucrative returns by backing early-stage businesses.
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