Applications for the complimentary 1 year membership for entrepreneurs have now closed.

Entrepreneurs are still very welcome to join EISA, however!

To join for our usual fee of £100 per year, please visit this page

Until the 31st of January 2023, all eligible UK entrepreneurs can receive 1 year of complimentary membership to EISA (usually £100 per year).

Why become a member?

Discover just a few of the reasons to join below:

Networking opportunities

Both in-person and digital, with a wide range of EIS/SEIS focused investors and advisers, in addition to fellow UK entrepreneurs

Access to EISA in-person events across the UK

EISA hold a wide range of events throughout the UK each year, enabling members to meet and discuss EIS/SEIS funding and featuring expert speakers on topics related to EIS/SEIS funding

Proactive updates and guidance on changes to the EIS/SEIS funding process

Via regular emails and in-person events, including from our expert Tax & Technical and Regulatory teams

Promotion via the EISA member directory and social media channels

Reaching an audience of EIS/SEIS focused investors and advisers with your brand

An opportunity to make your voice heard

…as part of the official advocacy to Government for the continued support and expansion of the EIS/SEIS schemes

Additional benefits

Members also receive access to a range of other benefits, including:

Plus – a number of discounts from EIS associated service providers for founders, including video production from Voop Productions and employee benefits packages from Pirkx, at a reduced rate.

Who is eligible?

All UK start ups who have raised, or are about to raise, investment through the EIS or SEIS are eligible for the complimentary 1 year membership.

Please note, this membership is not available to advisory firms, who are instead very welcome to join as Full Corporate members – more details here.

How to join

Complete the form below before 31st January 2023 to claim your complimentary 1 year membership.

Please note: EISA’s Guiding Principles, which we require all members to adhere to, can be seen here.