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8th April 2022

IPCC Report 2022: is the funding gap just too big? asks Green Angel

Green Angel Syndicate Founder and President Nick Lyth asks whether the monetary cost of reaching Net Zero is just too much to bear.

8th April 2022

Helping startups to embed sustainable practices

Patrick Pichette, a partner at Inovia Capital and an active environmentalist through his directorship of the Kenauk Institute, shares five material things entrepreneurs can do to build startups that have sustainability as their founding ethos.

25th March 2022

Green Angel Syndicate critical of UK Government 13 Environmental Targets

Nick Lyth, founder of the UK’s largest network of specialist investors fighting climate change, asks: “What will these new targets achieve?”

25th March 2022

Using the Secondary Market as a portfolio risk management tool

James Murdoch investigates the use of secondary markets as a risk management tool.

22nd February 2022

Storm clouds gathering over the angel investment market

 

The month, Modwenna Rees-Mogg considers the storm clouds gathering across the angel market.  Should you buy a helmet made of gold or heave to with the wind to your starboard bow?

 

22nd February 2022

Checking the Oxygen level of SyndicateRoom's unique offering

James Murdoch shares insights on the performance of his investments.

22nd February 2022

Exiting founders: How to resolve disputes and structure the purchase of shares

John Deane and Alex Kennedy of Gannons examine different approaches to repurchasing shares from shareholders; a vital step in resolving most disputes between Company founders. In this article John and Alex discuss the benefits and challenges of Company buy-backs, whether payments for shares can be made in instalments and explain some creative deal structures and how they can help.

18th February 2022

Why Northern Ireland is now on the radar of UK’s tech sector investors

Chris Trotter from Clarendon Fund Managers sheds some light on why Northern Ireland's tech sector is attracting the attention of investors - from angels to big VC.

11th February 2022

Onboarding angels to accelerate the scale up journey

Achille Traore, CEO of White Label Loyalty discusses the important role that international investors can play in helping UK founders to reach new markets.

11th February 2022

Going Green: supporting climate change innovation

Green Angel Syndicate (GAS) is the UK's largest network of specialist investors fighting climate change.  Since it was launched in its present form in 2017, it has led the way in delivering specialist angel investment for the innovations we need to fight climate change, backing 28 start-up or early-stage companies across 10 different sectors.  Last week, GAS closed the third round of its EIS Climate Change fund which will support the growth of more pioneering early-stage and start-up companies finding solutions to climate change. 

We asked GAS founder Nick Lyth and CEO Cam Ross to give us some insight into what makes GAS tick, what sets them apart from the crowd and the future for climate change investing.

4th February 2022

Entitlement fears over entrepreneurs who don’t want to ‘sweat’

Britain’s new wave of entrepreneurs need to avoid falling into the trap of entitlement in our online era says Jeb Buckler, the founder and chief executive of Startup Giants.

28th January 2022

Get ready for growth in 2022

While 2021 may have been defined by survival, 2022 presents an opportunity for growth. Jordan Dargue, co-founder of Fund Her North, the Northern volunteer collective working to improve access to finance for female-led businesses, shares her top five tips for business getting ready for expansion in 2022.

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