Five years ago, three Oxford University graduates came together to change the face of identity verification with technology. Today, the trio’s service is used by companies globally.
You’ve got the idea. You’ve got the product. You’ve even got the business cards. The only missing piece is the money to make it all happen, so you reach out to investors – but how can you win them over?
To mark its 20th anniversary, Bannatyne Group has announced a £50m investment plan to advance facilities with new technology and equipment across locations nationwide.
Lending platform ThinCats and parent company ESF Capital have introduced a £200m SME funding programme for British growth businesses.
Wimbledon may be over, but the easyGroup has a new family member with the introduction of easyTennis – referred to as “Tinder for tennis”.
A $39m investment has been pumped into London-headquartered new car buying service Carwow, which will be used to fuel aggressive expansion at home and abroad.
With continued growth each year, Receipt Bank has received a $50m Series B investment to take its automated bookkeeping platform to the next level.
Tennis champion Andy Murray fell out of the Wimbledon 2017 tournament following an injury, but the keen investor will have plenty to occupy his time in the business world.
Samsung NEXT, a $150m investment fund from the global firm, has opened its first European hub to get behind rising tech companies across the continent.
Revolut, a two-year-old banking app and Real Business Future 50 victor, has received a $66m Series B investment to supercharge global expansion at an “aggressive” pace.
The tech sector thrived in Q1 2017, so we’ve broken down the first quarter’s results with an infographic detailing how the British venture capital investing was done.
A record level of venture capital investment has been pumped into UK and London tech businesses, as VC investors remain undeterred by Britain’s economic climate.