Growthdeck: Teacher Booker

Teacher Booker   |  Digital
Maximum £650,000
Type Equity
Status Open

The Opportunity

Teacher Booker has now raised over £500k. However, the company will take up to a maximum of £650k, so you still have the opportunity to invest. We will be closing this opportunity in the New Year.
An updated Investment Memorandum is now available, and you can also contact us directly if you have any questions.

The Teacher Booker platform (built and operated by Vesca Ltd) provides schools with a powerful tool that enables them to manage all staff administration, but particularly the urgent need for contracting supply teachers at very short notice, which is currently provided inefficiently and expensively by recruitment agencies.

The platform is nearing 5,000 teacher registrations with c.100 schools using or implementing Teacher Booker.  This has been achieved with minimal promotion. In addition, Teacher Booker has secured a contract with a major regional education services provider that will provide direct access to a large number of schools.

This equity instrument is expected to be EIS-qualifying, giving qualifying investors 30% initial income tax relief and potentially tax-free gains on an exit. It is available in units of £5,000. Tax reliefs are not guaranteed. They depend on the venture maintaining its qualifying status and may be withdrawn at any time by HM Revenue & Customs. In addition, the tax treatment of EIS and SEIS schemes depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in the future.

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Investment details

Fundraise target£500,000

Fundraise maximum£650,000

Minimum investment£5,000

Equity stake13.46% (max 17.5%)

Exit Money MultipleLog in to view

Exit EBITDA MultipleLog in to view

Exit IRRLog in to view

Company details

Name:Vesca Ltd

Address: 64 Southwark Bridge Road

Company no: 11194198

Incorporated: n/a

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Please note

We want our investors to be fully aware of the downsides of investing as well as the potential benefits. It's therefore important to realise that investing always carries risks, including the loss of capital, illiquidity (the inability to sell assets quickly or without substantial loss in value), lack of dividends and share dilution. Alternative investments should still be made as part of a diversified portfolio. Read our full Risk Warning