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Discussion with James Harrison, New CEO of Engage

ARIE Capital's EIS Fund portfolio company Engage.do (a revolutionary app-building platform) recently appointed a new CEO, James Harrison.


Please check out our video as ARIE's Investment Manager Ricky Margolis talks to James about what first excited him about Engage, and his plans for the future.


We are proud to be supporting James and the team at Engage.do as part of ARIE Capital's latest Technology EIS Fund, a great chance for investors to become part of some of the most cutting-edge technology startups on the UK market today, whilst also taking advantage of the wonderful benefits offered by the EIS.


All capital can be deployed before 5th April 2021 for anyone requiring carry back into 2019/20.


For further information on Engage, please visit their website at www.engage.do.

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