Day: 1 October 2020

Seed

Moodbeam secures £450k Seed investment from Mercia

NPIF investment helps healthtech start-up boost workplace wellbeing   Moodbeam, a maker of wearable mental wellbeing devices, has pioneered a new model to  help businesses and their staff through the COVID-19 pandemic. It follows two rounds of  investment totaling £450,000 from NPIF-Mercia Equity Finance, which is managed by  Mercia Fund Managers and is part of the […]Read More

Series C

Preservica secures £3 million Series B investment from Mobeus Equity

Preservica accelerates product innovation with $3.8m funding from Mobeus Oxford, UK and Boston, MA – Oct 01 2020: Preservica today announced an additional $3.8 million[1] (£3m) investment from Mobeus Equity Partners. Demand for Preservica’s market-leading Active Digital Preservation software has continued to grow as government, academic and business organizations around the globe seek to preserve and provide access to critical […]Read More

Greater London

Insurwave secures £5 million Seed investment

Insurwave secures £5 million in fresh funding to drive next phase of growth 1 October: Insurwave, the commercial lines insurtech platform, today announces the completion of a £5million fundraise to drive continued growth. The fundraise, led by existing shareholders, will be invested in expanding the features of the platform to deliver its mission to bring technology-enabled […]Read More

Seed

Uprise Marketing (t/a UpriseVSI) secures Seed investment

UPRISEVSI SECURES SIX FIGURE INVESTMENT AND REBRANDS TO FLEX SYSTEMS Tech company, UpriseVSI, has joined forces with the principal shareholders of its long-standing client, Retail Merchandising Services (RMS) in a deal that will see local entrepreneurs Daniel and Connah O’Toole become the majority shareholders, making an initial investment of £500,000, and the company rebrand to Flex […]Read More

FinTech

Tymit secures Seed Follow on investment from VentureFriends

Tymit wins fresh funding to fuel its credit card revolution   Investment by VentureFriends follows doubling of user base and will be a further boost to growth  Tymit, the mobile-enabled instalment credit card that gives customers the power to plan the way they pay, announced today that it has raised additional funding. The undisclosed investment comes from VentureFriends, an early stage VC that has backed the likes of Plum and Belvo, and follows the £4m secured […]Read More