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Invest in disruptive tech (and write off 100% of it against your taxable income)

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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech.

Grotech is a company that targets investors that can stomach risk in order to reap the rewards of investing in high-growth, disruptive tech companies.

Investors get direct exposure to the rapidly growing Venture Capital sector.

They may write off up to 100% of investments against their taxable income.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

The minimum investment is R200 000.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

Our investment strategy is to buy and flip companies.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

There is capital in South Africa, but it’s hard for entrepreneurs to access it.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

We have too many deals – it’s a nice problem to have!

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

We’re seeing little guys disrupting the big corporates.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

Venture Capital is a risky asset class. We try to reduce the risk.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

We take 20% of profits before we redistribute dividends to the investors.

Clive Butkow, Chief Investment Officer at Grotech

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