You could benefit from setting up a limited by shares company or an LLP, depending on how you want to structure the ownership and management of the business and remove profits.
By setting up a limited company, you can have multiple owners and directors, each of whom holds a certain stake in the business in relation to the amount of money and time they invest. You will be able to pay yourself tax efficiently by taking a salary and dividends. Shares in the business can be sold at a later date to raise capital.
Alternatively, a limited liability partnership (LLP) may be ideal if you would rather operate as a partnership structure with each partner taking profits from the business for the work they personally carry out. Each partner will be taxed as a self-employed individual, rather than receiving a salary and dividends.
Either option would work, so I would suggest taking a look at our guides on Limited by Share Companies and LLPs, and then discussing your options with an accountant or specialist business advisor.