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watch on-demand | an interview with Amir Azulay, CEO of Chic Retreats

Earlier today it was fantastic to host Amir Azulay, the CEO of Chic Retreats, and Jordan Dargue, Investment and Operations Director at GCV, in our latest webinar.

Joined by Amanda Dyjecinski (CMO, Chic Retreats) and Cedric Rittaud (Financial Controller, Chic Retreats), Amir provided a really insightful overview of Chic Retreats and the plans further to their current investment round.

Recorded in full, if you didn't catch us live, you can watch on-demand for free now.

What did we cover in the webinar?

With the Chic Retreats investment opportunity having received a considerable amount of interest, we wanted to provide all potential investors with the ability to hear from Amir himself as to what it is Chic Retreats do and how they're capitalising on the $15.8 billion boutique hotels industry.

Amir is a particularly keen traveller and having enthusiasm for boutique hotels like no other, it made for a fascinating session as Amir's passion for the industry, combined with his considerable experience of the technology sector, was used to detail the plans for Chic Retreats.

Finishing with a live Q&A, a number of questions were asked that offered a greater insight into the company's financial aspects in particular, proving extremely beneficial for potential investors.

The Chic Retreats EIS-eligible investment opportunity

Live on the GrowthFunders platform, Chic Retreats are currently raising £1.5 million of investment in exchange for 15.8% equity.

With investments able to be made from as little as £100, being EIS-eligible, investors can benefit from a number of tax reliefs and incentives, including income tax relief and no Capital Gains Tax due on returns.

You can download the Investment Memorandum here and view the full investment pitch or make an investment here.

Watch our webinar with Amir Azulay, CEO of Chic Retreats 

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