24th April 2020
Ingenious' Infrastructure Ventures EIS Service has led a $4m A-series investment round in Shoreline. The Norway-based start-up has built an intelligent field operations and project development platform to help develop profitable wind projects by constructing and operating them efficiently using intelligent schedule optimisation and simulation.
23rd April 2020
Foresight Group has successfully exited its investment in Clubhouse Golf, the UK’s largest independent online retailer of golf equipment, to all4golf, a leading European ecommerce business focused on golf.
Clubhouse has found a strong strategic partner in all4golf and together will look to become the pan-European market leader for golf equipment.
17th April 2020
Foresight Group and Williams Advanced Engineering have made a £540,000 investment from Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund into Living Optics, a spin out from the University of Oxford redefining imaging technology. The investment is part of a £3.3 million funding round led by Oxford Sciences Innovation.
16th April 2020
Blackfinch has invested c.£630,000 in Glasgow-based company Candidate.ID, founded in 2015. Candidate.ID offers recruitment software that provides recruiters daily hot leads based on candidates' interactions with a company’s online content.
Candidate.ID’s talent platform is a fast-track solution to hiring for both mid-large employers and specialist staffing companies. Its sophisticated technology and software can replace a company’s customer relationship management system to provide enhanced recruitment performance. Its technology, packaged in a simple-to-use interface, sits on top of a company’s applicant tracking system and works as the core system of candidate engagement.
16th April 2020
Great Point, the UK’s leading independent media investment firm, has invested in Camden Productions, an independent TV and film production company whose team has a track record of producing multi-award-winning, creatively acclaimed and commercially successful scripted comedy and comedy-drama.
15th April 2020
Igloo Vision, the Shropshire-based immersive technology company, has raised an additional £435,000 in funding under the UK Government’s Enterprise Investment Scheme. Igloo creates immersive projection spaces, such as domes, cylinders, cubes, and immersive workspaces. Igloo’s technology can display any 360° or Virtual Reality (VR) content. And, because entire teams can get inside the immersive spaces and engage with the content, the technology is well-suited to training, simulation, and visualisation, as well as events and experiences.
9th April 2020
Jenson Funding Partners has completed an investment in Survey54, a business SaaS platform for consumer surveys in continental Africa.
9th April 2020
Jenson Funding Partners has made investment in Not In The Guidebooks, providing local, authentic, immersive, responsible travel experiences for discerning independent travelers.
2nd April 2020
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30th March 2020
QVentures has launched a petition to the UK government to increase tax reliefs for the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) by an additional 30% for the next 12 months.
27th March 2020
Jenson Funding Partners have completed an investment in LogistCompare a marketplace platform for warehouse space and associated services. Their aim is to provide ecommerce retailers with a one-stop-shop for their storage and fulfilment needs. LogistCompare is an innovative marketplace for warehouse space and services. They connect organizations that need storage space with warehouse providers that can accommodate their requirements. The platform allows warehouse providers to rent out available space online and to promote their logistics services.
26th March 2020
Symvan Capital's Kealan Doyle predicts that will almost certainly be a further downward stage, probably centered in the United States. And it will be nasty. Yet we are probably a few weeks away from a significant buying opportunity for equity investors, as financial markets will recover whilst the real economy is tumbling.