Build a business where impact is part of your return to investors

Chorus members invest in start-ups where founders are committed to measurable social or environmental impact as well as financial returns.

What we look for

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Strong leadership skills and character

Clear impact mission and metrics

Compelling financial investment

Resilient and committed team

What’s in it for you

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Live Opportunities

Fanfare Label (LIVE)

London fashion house built on multi-faceted sustainable practices and outstanding in-house design team.

SEIS EIS
Target: £190k
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Bedstraw + Madder

Premium women’s underwear using 100% plant dyes (no chemicals) and regenerative cotton sold at competitive prices.

SEIS EIS

Recognised (Closed)

Recognised unites people around beautiful jewellery and support for causes consumers care about.

SEIS EIS
Target: £350k
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Why impact investing?

The UK donates £10 billion annually to charity. A nice sum, but let's face it, our problems are bigger than that.

In contrast, there is £1.6 trillion in personal liquid financial assets held by UK households and £1.5 trillion residing in defined benefit pension assets. Just 1% of those assets going to impact investing would be three times the amount given to charity.

We need to make our investments work harder for us.

How we select our opportunities

Our goal is to identify the best start-ups who can deliver measurable impact and impressive financial returns to Chorus members

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Introducing the Chorus Hub

Managing your capital raising process is a full-time job.

Keeping track of presentations. Negotiating legal documents. Responding to investor questions. Closing the transaction. Not to mention keeping your investors informed.

The Chorus Hub makes your life simple.

Put all deal documents in one place and get full transparency into investor interest. The Chorus team advises you on investor allocations and closing. Post your company updates to the Hub for automatic distribution to your investors.

Build long-term relationships with your investors and gain their confidence and support.

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FAQ

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How can I improve my chances to raise funds on Chorus?

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Does my company need to be based in the UK?

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Are the fees paid to Chorus negotiable?

Pricing structure

On first transaction, Start-ups pay fee of 10% of capital raised to cover the costs associated with marketing, compliance and company on-boarding. Follow-on transactions are charged at a fee of 5% of capital raised.

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