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24th November 2023 - 0 comments

Anglia Capital backs pioneering Suffolk drinks brand Crossip

Crossip, a Suffolk business creating a stir in the growing non-alcoholic drinks sector, has received investment from Anglia Capital Group, alongside New Anglia Capital.

24th November 2023 - 0 comments

Winefi secures £400k funding with strong investor demand

Winefi, a UK-based start-up, has successfully raised £400,000 to build a nextgeneration wine investment marketplace.

10th November 2023 - 0 comments

Winefi unveils innovative platform to democratise fine wine investment

Winefi has announced its upcoming platform launch, poised to revolutionise the landscape of fine wine investment, making it an accessible mainstream asset class. 

13th October 2023 - 0 comments

Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu attracts high profile investors for The Turmeric Co

The Turmeric Co. has closed a Series A funding raise, after attracting investment for growth from a number of high-profile investors including comedian and TV presenter, Joel Dommett, with the Rubicon Drinks family confirmed as a cornerstone investor.  

Former Wales international and Premier League footballer, Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu, founded the company after finding turmeric shots invaluable in recovering from a potentially career-ending knee injury. Despite being prescribed medication from doctors, Thomas had severe inflammation and chronic pain whenever he played,  so began to research alternatives with his dad.  

14th July 2023 - 0 comments

Craft Gin Club closes Seedrs crowdfund with £800k raised

Craft Gin Club, the UK’s biggest gin subscription service, has successfully completed its crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs, passing its initial £500,000 target and closing the round with over 700 investors and more than £800,000 raised.

7th July 2023 - 0 comments

Plant-based fast food brand Ready Burger raises £250k

Ready Burger, a plant-based fast food brand, has closed a  investment round, reaching well over its £250,000 target, with funds raised totalling more than £290,000.  The funding will be used to further progress its goal of becoming a major player within the global vegan food market, which is forecast to grow to over $60bn by 2028.

23rd June 2023 - 0 comments

Cult Wines raises seed funding to revolutionise the wine industry



Cult Wines, the company forging the future of the wine industry, has completed a seed fundraising round.

16th June 2023 - 0 comments

Jay & Joy raises €2m to expand its plant-based cheese alternatives

Jay & Joy, the leading organic plant-based creamery in France, has raised €2 million led by César Augier and supported by renowned investors.

16th June 2023 - 0 comments

When in Rome exceeds fundraising target

The alt format, eco-friendly, Italian wine brand When in Rome has closed its latest round of investment, exceeding its fundraising target. The funds will be used to grow sales and continue building a leading sustainable beverage brand for an age of conscious consumption.

14th April 2023 - 0 comments

Angel-backed MiAlgae launch omega-3 product NaturAlgae

Leading biotech company MiAlgae has officially launched its omega-3 product NaturAlgae to market thanks to recent expansion of its commercial production site in Scotland following investment last August.

10th March 2023 - 0 comments

Angel-backed Modern Milkman delivers 100 per cent growth

Online sustainable grocery-delivery service Modern Milkman, which received a £2.25m investment in July 2022 from Praetura Ventures, through the British Business Bank’s Regional Angels Programme, has achieved 100 per cent growth in 2022.

9th December 2022 - 0 comments

SFC Capital leads round into green tech startup Harvst

Cardigan-based green tech company Harvst has successfully closed a funding round with SFC Capital as lead investor. They aim to use the funds to expand their team, commercial partnerships and product range.

Founded in the Welsh coastal town of Cardigan in 2020, the green tech brand helps gardeners extend the growing season, whilst saving time through smart automation and control of their growing environment. Their range of mini-greenhouses and watering systems are ‘Made in Britain’, and are ideal for people who want the self-sufficient benefits of growing their own food all year round, but who can’t attend to their plants every day.

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