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Vulse secures £250,000 investment as it advances LinkedIn content solution


Tech group Vulse has secured £250,000 of seed enterprise investment scheme (SEIS) investment as it advances its content automation platform for LinkedIn users, it was reported.

The amplification platform is aimed at helping users of the social networking site create content to develop their brands and promote company pages as it is recognised that LinkedIn has over 1billion users around the world but only 1% regularly create content.

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Vulse's technology features integrated AI-powered tools as well as analytics functions.

"We are thrilled to secure this £250k SEIS investment, which marks a significant milestone in our journey to revolutionise content creation on LinkedIn," reportedly said Rob Illidge, founder of Vulse.

"Our platform addresses the core challenges faced by LinkedIn users—lack of time, consistency, and inspiration—by providing an all-in-one solution that combines AI-driven content generation with superior analytics."

He said the investment would enhance the technology but also enable the firm to develop new partnerships and achieve additional certifications.

co-Founder, Annika Sanderson, reportedly added: "It’s been incredible witnessing the benefits our users are seeing using our platform, and we’re excited to roll out even more features following the closure of our SEIS investment round."

Earlier in 2024, Vulse also took part in the University of Surrey-led MSc Corporate Challenge, which is a a hands-on programme for the university’s MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management students. Vulse is still raising EIS investment.


Giles Gwinnett is a writer at The Business Magazine. He has been a journalist for more than 20 years and covered a vast array of topics at a range of media settings - in print and online. After his NCTJ newspaper training, he became a reporter in Hampshire before moving to a news agency in Gloucestershire. In recent years, he has been covering the financial markets along with company news for an investor-focused web portal. His many interests include politics, energy and the environment. He lives in Dorset.

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