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Ignition Law announces partnership with leading equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs

Alex McPherson

Ignition Law is delighted to announce its partnership with Seedrs. Seedrs is a UK-based equity crowdfunding platform for investing in start-ups and later-stage businesses throughout Europe. Ignition will join Seedrs Alumni Club as a partner, and alongside assisting and advising Seedrs clients on their business growth journeys, will produce bespoke ‘legal know how’ guides for SMEs and entrepreneurs.

Alex McPherson, Co-Founder of Ignition Law, commented, “We are delighted to be partnering with Seedrs, in what will be an inspiring and impactful collaboration. Seedrs’ ethos ties in closely with Ignition’s values, with fresh thinking, innovation and providing support for clients at the centre of what they do.”

Shameel Khan, Investment Manager at Seedrs said, “We are proud to welcome Ignition into our Alumni network, and our investors and businesses will benefit immensely from Ignition’s top-level expertise and innovative solutions.”

Seedrs is the leading online platform for investing in the equity of start-ups and other growth companies in Europe and has been named the most active investor in private companies in the UK.

Find out more about Seedrs here.

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