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watch on-demand | an interview with Daniel Rodgers, CEO of QikServe
It was an absolute pleasure to play host to QikServe's Dan Rodgers and GCV's Jordan Dargue in our latest webinar earlier today.
Providing an overview of QikServe as a company, their successes to date, future plans and the details of their current EIS-eligible investment round, the 30 minute session offered a brilliant introduction to all investors looking for a personal insight into QikServe.
As with all of our webinars, this latest one was recorded in full and is now available to watch on-demand by clicking here.
What was covered in the webinar?
The whole focus of the webinar is to allow you to hear from co-founder and CEO, Dan Rodgers. Dan's passion for QikServe, the market problem they solve and technology within the food and beverage industry as a whole is contagious, and experiencing it first hand is brilliant.
With him, Dan brought along QikServe's CFO, Sam Peachey, and Sam's enthusiasm combined with his data-focused mindset provides a very welcomed approach to such investment opportunities.
Covering a multitude of topics throughout the webinar, the session was divided into 15 key sections:
- What is QikServe?
- What's your background?
- Why was QikServe setup?
- What are the core products and solutions?
- What are the key benefits to your audience?
- Who is the competition?
- How big is the market?
- How has the company been funded to date?
- Who is in the team behind QikServe?
- What are the key milestones so far?
- What is the overall company vision?
- How much are you raising now?
- How are you planning to use the funds?
- Who's invested in this round?
- What is your exit strategy?
Finishing with a live Q&A, there were some great questions raised and Dan, Sam and Jordan provide some very useful and insightful answers.
QikServe's EIS-eligible investment opportunity
Currently live on the GrowthFunders platform, QikServe originally set out to raise £2.5million, but have extended their raise to enter an overfunding stage for up to a further £500,000.
Closing on Friday 27th April 2018, investments can be made from as little as £100. What's more, being EIS-eligible, investors are able to benefit from a range of tax reliefs and incentives, including 30% income tax relief on the value of your investment.