In a £1.3m investment from the Scottish government, an Edinburgh business hub is set for launch in a tram depot, which has been unused for 60 years.
Maintaining your voice when giving away equity can be difficult, but it’s not impossible to remain true to yourself when securing funding for your business.
In order to soften the blow of post-Brexit as much as possible, all UK-based entrepreneurs would do well to choose industry erudition
The British Business Bank has created a £400m Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund that will be based in Sheffield to unlock growth alongside Local Enterprise Partnerships.
Luxury holiday home group Park Leisure has packed up a £103m investment as the business embarks on new growth amid a CEO change.
Online flower delivery business Bloom & Wild plans to go beyond its UK roots and sprout up across Europe with a £3.75m investment.
Seemingly, mobile payments service iZettle has started off 2017 as it means to go on, raising a €60m investment alongside the appointment of a new CFO.
EQT Ventures and Octopus Ventures have joined forced to inject a €10m investment into myTomorrows, an experimental drugs platform.
Through her growing female-centric dating service Bumble, Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe has backed gay dating app Chappy, which has been created by Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke.
With many entrepreneurs facing a UK funding gap to cross before they can launch their business, friends and family have been responsible for lending £7.2bn worth of investment to their loved ones.
Ahead of the Autumn Statement, prime minister Theresa May has promised to deliver government investment of £2bn a year for research and development (R&D), while she also highlighted the modern Industrial Strategy and Brexit plans.
In partnership with MicroVentures, Indiegogo equity crowdfunding has been made available, which takes the firm beyond its reward-based funding roots.