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watch on-demand | an insight into QikServe's growth strategy
After the brilliant introductory webinar we hosted with QikServe earlier in the month, it was fantastic to host our second earlier today. This time looking at what the future holds for QikServe further to their current investment round closing, it explored QikServe's growth strategy for the coming years.
With Daniel Rodgers, QikServe CEO and Samuel Peachey, QikServe CFO, once again joining myself and Jordan (Investment and Operations Director, GCV), the 30 minute session was recorded in full and if you couldn't just us live, you can now catch up on-demand.
What did we cover?
In the first QikServe webinar (which is still able to be watched on-demand here), Daniel provided an introduction to QikServe as a company, their successes and achievements to date, and an overview of their current investment opportunity.
In today's webinar, we wanted to delve deeper into the latter and provide potential investors with the opportunity to hear more about what's going to happen once the investment round closes; how is the investment going to be spent?
Highlighting the general approach to the company's growth strategy over the coming years, Daniel provided some very insightful detail around the three key areas of investment - technology and automation, project management and customer support, and sales and marketing - and how they're each key to the company's futures success.
Finishing with a number of questions - including around the scalability of the team and key hires - the webinar was particularly interesting and provided a great insight into the growth plans for QikServe.
QikServe's EIS-eligible investment opportunity is closing
This coming Friday (27th April 2018), QikServe's EIS-eligible investment opportunity closes. Having currently raised £2,588,880, QikServe have exceeded their initial target and are now in a period of overfunding.
Being EIS-eligible, a variety of tax reliefs and incentives are accessible to investors into the opportunity, and you can read more about them in full in our investors guide to EIS.