By Sanwar Ali
The biggest problem with the UK Innovator visa scheme is the difficulty in finding an endorsing body for endorsement. We have in the past covered issues relating to the Innovator and Start-Up visa scheme in news reports. We are pleased to say that we have been approached with a limited number of endorsement opportunities for those interested in investment in businesses in the Artificial Intelligence field. The following text is largely taken from the details provided by the company looking for investors in Artificial Intelligence.
This would suit entrepreneurs and experienced business people outside of the EEA looking for opportunities to live and work in the UK under the UK Innovator Visa category with £50,000 available for investment. The company providing these opportunities has a proven track record in venture building, with an existing portfolio of successful startups in the field of AI and Deep Tech.
They will leverage and capitalise upon the fantastic networks and connections the team have built with academic bodies across the UK and Europe through existing body of work, to offer an accessible AI development solution for new and growing tech startups. AI is eating the world, and the skills and talent required to feed this exponential growth is scarce and high in demand.
A minimum of £50,000 investment into the business is required to be eligible. Speculative investors must have a good command of spoken English, and experience in Business. AI and Tech industry background is preferable but not necessary.
The initial Visa term is three years, with the potential for a three year extension. It is possible to apply for indefinite leave to remain after five years. Family (dependents) will be able to accompany the individual.
To find out more and register your interest please contact us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org It is suggested that you provide a CV and covering letter.