Seedrs - early stage investment platform

  • Seedrs logo Seedrs makes it simple to invest in early-stage businesses and share in their success.

    Our portfolio companies span a diverse range of sectors from Financial Technology and Artificial Intelligence to Food and Beverage and Legal Technology (legaltech) and most are eligible for the tax relief incentive, Enterprise Investment Scheme.

    As well as providing financial backing for ambitious entrepreneurs, opportunities also exist for investors to provide support and mentorship to portfolio companies.

    Learn more about the partnership and legaltech startups over on Seedrs.

    E-mail with any questions or for further information.


    Advances in technology are giving solicitors unprecedented opportunities to innovate in ways that benefit their clients and their profession.

    The UK’s £26 billion legal sector is both producing and attracting a growing number of entrepreneurs building startups aimed at helping solicitors to harness those opportunities.

    With new legaltech businesses launching each year, now is your opportunity to play a part in that growth story.

    Why Seedrs?

    • Free to invest (only pay 7.5 per cent of profits)
    • Investment documentation included as standard
    • Shareholder agreement monitoring included under nominee
    • Free interactive portfolio tracking dashboard
    • Free investor portfolio management dashboard

    Find out more on the Seedrs website.

  • Investing involves risks, including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution, and should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and is subject to change in future.

    The content on this page has been provided by Seedrs and has been approved as a financial promotion by Seedrs Limited (Seedrs) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 550317). The Law Society is not responsible for any of the products and services offered by Seedrs, only Seedrs will be responsible and liable for the suitability of their products and services in accordance with the terms of any contract that you enter into with them. The Law Society does not make investment recommendations to you nor does it offer advice on investment and no communications from The Law Society, through this document or any other medium, should be construed as an investment recommendation or advice on investment. If you have any questions with respect to legal, financial or tax matters relevant to your interactions with Seedrs or its affiliates you should consult a professional adviser.

  • Seedrs do their due diligence work and take care of the legal documents - in particular caring about the position of the investor at the stage of investing but also going forward.

    Benno G, financial services, London