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20th January 2021

RevGlue secures £300k investment from GC Angels and Admitad

RevGlue, a platform that enables affiliates and online publishers to easily monetise their websites, blogs, mobile apps and social channels, has secured investment of £300k from GC Angels and Admitad to scale up its sales and marketing activity in the UK.

20th January 2021

Low alcohol startup Cleanco raised £7m cash injection

British premium low-alcohol spirits startup, CleanCo, has secured £7 million funding as investors and consumers reveal an insatiable thirst for hangover-free drinking. The latest investment takes the total now raised by the business to £9.1 million.

20th January 2021

Foresight invests £4.5m into iMist

Foresight Group has made a £4.5 million investment into iMist Holdings Limited, a manufacturer and installer of water mist fire protection systems for homes and residential buildings. 

20th January 2021

British Business Investments commits €40m to Claret Fund III

British Business Investments (BBI), a commercial subsidiary of the British Business Bank, has completed a commitment of €40m to the first close of Harbert/Claret European Growth Capital Fund III. 

19th January 2021

Can History offer any lessons for Climate Change?

Nick Lyth is Founder and Director of Green Angel Syndicate, the only angel investment syndicate in the UK specialising in the fight against Climate Change and Global Warming. 

In an unprecedented crisis never apparently experienced before, as Climate Change, is it possible to learn lessons from history?

We are considering Climate Change with no sense of previous experience to guide us. There is an explicit demonstration of this in all the language used. "Never before", "existential", "extinction" are all words appearing in accounts of the problem. The scale of the challenge is considered to be unique.

19th January 2021

What does it take for an investment to work well through to exit?

Catherine Gannon of Gannons Solicitors looks at how to ensure a smooth relationship between investors and entrepreneurs.

As lawyers we get the task of creating the structure and putting into words the ‘commercials’ of an investment. There are two sides. The Founders will be concerned with the company valuation, how much money they need and how much equity/control they are willing/able give up. The Angel will be concerned with ensuring that the business is a good investment and putting in place measures to protect their investment.

19th January 2021

Pembroke VCT exits its investment in Pasta Evangelists

Pembroke VCTthe venture capital trust focused on building the consumer brands of tomorrow, has successfully exited its investment in Pasta Evangelists, which delivers restaurant-quality pasta direct to customers by post. The innovative meal kit business has agreed a deal whereby Italian firm, Barilla Group, will acquire a majority stake. The value of the deal is undisclosed.  

19th January 2021

Tourism tech startup Quendoo secures significant VC funding

Quendoo, a digital platform that allows property owners to take back control of their property bookings, payments, marketing and availability, has launched after securing EUR 750,000 in VC funding.

19th January 2021

How to lovebomb: a guide for angel investors and entrepreneurs

Investors are looking for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs are looking for investors, but it is not just a case of putting the two parties together.  The fit needs to be right and the relationship needs to last – and be a positive experience for both sides.

18th January 2021

Seedrs investors see record returns with Senta acquisition

Seedrs' investors in Senta will see up to a 120x return on their seed investments after the Bristol-based software company agreed to be acquired by IRIS Software Group.

18th January 2021

Foresight invests £5 million in Plantexpand

Foresight Group has made a £5 million investment to support the buy-in management buy-out of Plantexpand Limited, a well-established specialist plant and vehicle maintenance provider servicing the utilities industry. The investment is made by the £100 million Foresight East of England Fund, an evergreen patient pool of capital, cornerstoned by the Cambridgeshire Pension Fund that supports growing SMEs across the East of England.

18th January 2021

Shippeo secures $32m investment

Shippeo, the European leader in real-time transportation visibility (RTTV), has raise $32 million. This new round is co-led by Battery Ventures, a global, technology focused investment firm and existing investors (NGP Capital, ETF Partners, Partech and Bpifrance Digital Venture). Shippeo will use the investment to strengthen its market-leading position and continue delivering on product innovation.

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