Oliver Holle, Managing Partner and CEO at investment firm, Speedinvest, gives us an insight into what venture capital firms are thinking about during the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 160 UK tech founders and entrepreneurs were interviewed by the UK Innovation Hub to help provide an understanding of the challenges they face, and the role of investors in overcoming them.
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.
A new KPMG report has detailed what appears to be a business confidence increase, as UK VC investment has risen in Q1 2017.
Man may have been created equal, but investors absolutely weren’t. Bosses will need to think carefully about who they choose, so here’s how to spot the investor that’s right for you.
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a plan to pump £400m of venture capital funds into the British Business Bank to support the UK’s growing companies.
Speaking as a partner at Mangrove Capital Partners, I personally believe the Brexit could be more of an opportunity than a problem for small businesses in the UK.
KPMG Enterprise and CB Insights unveiled research which found that despite the UK's success in the VC world, the slump faced by the rest of the world is starting to trickle in.
Venture capital firm Accel has revealed a new $500m fund that will back entrepreneurs across Europe and Israel, while the UK has been named a “priority market for investment”.
Cocoon Networks, a Chinese technology and investment firm, has launched a £500m venture capital fund to get behind tech startups across the UK and Europe.
The British technology industry continues to surge, as new results from Boris Johnson's London & Partners promotional company have revealed that the sector raised a $3.6bn worth of venture capital funding in 2015 – a new record.
Transatlantic venture capital firm White Star, which backs early-stage European and American businesses, has launched a $70m fund to provide investments of up to $5m to “create and scale world-class companies”.