Day: 16 October 2019

Series A

SharpCloud Software secures £4.5 million Series A investment from YFM

Funds advised by YFM Equity Partners (“YFM”), the specialist private equity fund manager, have backed a £4.5m investment into SharpCloud Software Limited (“SharpCloud”) to support the continued growth and roll out of its enterprise SaaS product. YFM’s investment comes from its two advised VCTs, British Smaller Companies VCT plc and British Smaller Companies VCT2 plc, […]Read More

Female Led

Student Nannies secures Pre-Seed investment from Apadmi Ventures

APADMI VENTURES AND STUDENT NANNIES TEAM UP TO SOLVE MANCHESTER’S CHILDCARE CRISIS Manchester-based Apadmi Ventures has invested in studentnannies.com – an innovative new childcare platform which has just launched in Manchester. Apadmi Ventures is a strategic technology partner and investor to highly-scalable start-ups, providing direction, delivery and support to accelerate growth. It’s the investment arm […]Read More

Seed

Threedium secures £860k Seed investment led by High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF)

October 16, 2019 High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) has led a €1 Million seed round in Threedium Ltd. along with Kinisis Investment (KI), Sandhutch Ltd. and George Zarifis. The London-based tech startup has developed a 3D product configuration and visualisation platform. It will use the investment to further advance its 3D SaaS platform and expand into Germany, […]Read More

FinTech

Aerosax Research and Technology t/a Trad3r secures £1.2 million Seed

TRAD3R, the London-based startup which allows novice investors to trade on global stock markets has raised £1.2m from a consortium of angel investors led by Hollywood jeweller Neil Lane and Kaballah co-founder Karen Berg. Co-investors in the round included Alex Oliver, founder of the renowned $2bn New York-based consulting firm Oliver Wyman. Founded in 2016 […]Read More

AI/ML

Healx secures £43.86 million Series B investment led by Atomico

Healx secures $56M in Series B financing, launches global accelerator programme for rare diseases Latest round of funding, led by Atomico, will be used to build a clinical-stage portfolio for rare diseases, including treatments for fragile X syndrome, the leading genetic cause of autism Healx’s Rare Treatment Accelerator programme is a new initiative launched in […]Read More

Original

MIME Technologies secures £255k Seed investment from Equity Gap investors

New ‘eyes in the skies’ as med-tech firm secures investment to scale in-flight medical monitoring MIME Technologies, a med-tech spin-out from the University of Aberdeen, has raised a combined £255,000 from first round investment and a Scottish Enterprise grant. Designed to revolutionise the support given to cabin crew during in-flight medical events, MIME Technologies’ innovative […]Read More