Carbon13 SEIS Fund
Linking climate action to investment opportunity
Carbon13 is the venture builder for the climate emergency. Over the next 5 years, we will select and support 1000 entrepreneurs through the venture builder, linking them to the Cambridge sustainability network and our investor network.
These entrepreneurs will build scalable ventures with the potential to reduce carbon emissions by over 400 million tonnes or 1% of global emissions.
Low-carbon and high return
Targeting startups with the potential of high growth and significant ROI by focusing on reducing carbon emissions by 10 million tonnes each
Capital is intended to be deployed in the 2021/22 tax year
The startups will be shaped by the rigorous Carbon13 venture builder programme
Ventures are SEIS elgible
Strong, proprietary deals generated by the venture builder programme
Balanced across business models and investment themes
The Carbon13 Seed Fund investment will get the ventures to a value point where they can raise outside seed investment or venture capital. All ventures must have the potential for high growth and to reduce carbon emissions by 10 million tonnes.
Carbon13 is business model agnostic – digital, technical and traditional business models all have a role to play in a net zero economy.
Carbon13 expects its venture founders to reflect a diverse cross-section of society. It is our strong belief that diversity leads to better outcomes for early stage ventures and we will strive to achieve this ambition.
Ventures will be UK domiciled and we require them to be SEIS eligible.
For further information about investment, please complete the form to download the Carbon13 pathfinder:
The Fund is categorised as an Unregulated Collective Investment Scheme (UCIS). UCIS are classified as higher risk investments and are therefore not suitable for all types of investors. UCIS Funds can only be marketed to individuals meeting the criterion stated within COBS 4.12 of the FCA handbook and are not suitable for retail clients; this communication has been provided to you on the basis that you meet such criteria. If you are uncertain with regards to your eligibility you should seek professional advice in this respect.
This pathfinder document does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy shares within the Fund. Subscriptions in the Fund can only be made by following the application process outlined within the Funds Information memorandum. The value of Investments within funds can go down as well as up and you may not get back all that you invest. It is the responsibility of all users to be informed and to observe all applicable laws and regulations of any relevant jurisdiction, and to satisfy themselves that their use of this information and any subsequent investment in the portfolio is permissible under the applicable laws, rules and regulations of any applicable government, governmental agency or regulatory organisation where they reside.
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